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World’s largest water cave in Hamedan Province, western Iran

Iran’s Hamedan Province is home to the world’s largest water cave called Ali-Sadr, which features many water halls and wide variety of beautiful features such as stalactites, stalagmites and karst deposits.

Dating back to the Jurassic period (the Second geological period), Ali-Sadr is one of the few navigable water caves in the world.

The cave area has numerous twist and turns corridors and a great lake inside, created by some streams of water which can be penetrated deep only by boat.

Here you can see some images of the Ali-Sadr Cave:

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