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Baredine cave is a real treasure of stalactites and stalagmites, underground sculptures created by patient and long lasting work of water. Because of its uniqueness the cave was declared a monument of nature and it has been opened for visitors since 1995.
In an area that served as an intersection for communication and roads ever since, besides the Baredine cave as a natural monument, you can also visit an ethno story devoted to agriculture. The exhibitions with about fifty oldtimer tractors, as well as the story about the Mediterranean trilogy – wheat threshing and bread, olive oil and wine are closely linked to the history of this area and its people.
In the exclusive area of the Konobon Gallery you can learn more about the story of the Mediterranean trilogy – bread, wine and olive oil, all present in this are from the period of Antiquity, the medieval period until the present moment. Along with these exhibitions, the central part is an area, where various other exhibitions are presented and the wine cellar where guest can savor authentic products of this area.
An interesting detail of this adventureous trip is also the encounter with the underground world of animals: visitors will see the cave olm (Proteus anguinus), endeme of the Dinaric karst area.
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