5 Extraordinary Uses Of Caves

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Dongzhong Primary School

Both beautiful and fascinating, caves can often come across as pretty things to look at and climb. In many cases this may be true. However, when you begin to look underneath the surface (‘scuse the pun) there is so much more…

Rather than concentrate on the most beautiful caves around (that’s been done extremely well before), we’ve decided to explore some of the more interesting and unusual uses of caves.


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5. Ayala Cave Disco, Trinidad, Cuba

On the outskirts of the historic, colonial town of Trinidad in Cuba, lies one of the most incredible caves. Stalactites hang from the ceiling, furniture and ornaments are made of rock, and the whole place is lit with disco lights and dances to the sound of Cuban music.

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People dancing in Ayala cave disco

It is absolutely magical, and it’s the only one on the list that I have seen with my own eyes.

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