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Here you can find interesting sights in Miskolc, Hungary. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 22 sights are available in Miskolc, Hungary.Back to the list of cities in Hungary
1. Kohászati Múzeum
The Metallurgical Museum is in the district of Miskolc Felsőhámor, Palota u. It was settled in 22. It is also accessible from Lillafüred: it is close to the foot of the Lillafüred waterfall and the Anna Cave. Its task is to present the history of domestic iron metallurgy, metal art, especially local metallurgy. In addition to the material collection, mock-ups, slides, the museum also has a significant collection of photographs, as well as a college and specialist collections. Institution of the Hungarian Museum of Technology and Transport.
Istvan-Lava Cave in Hungary is one of the caves that has been strengthened. Hungary is the second deepest and second largest vertically extended cave after mining cave. Located in the area of Beechick National Park. The Beech region is the longest and the fifth longest cave in the country. It is the longest independent cave in China, so it is not part of the cave system formed by connecting multiple caves, but it probably belongs to the largest beech-country cave system. It was once the deepest and longest cave in Hungary.
3. Borókás-tebri 2. sz. víznyelőbarlang
The juniper-tebri no. Water cave is one of the highly protected caves of Hungary. It is located in the Bükk National Park. Here is the three -meter -high and white stalactite called Pagoda. Its stone bridges and the peeled stone blades are characterized by alpine caves. One of the two highly protected caves of the juniper-sparrows and the other is the 4th junior. Water cave. The second longest and second deepest cave of the juniper-sparrow, the 4th of the juniper, After a water cave.
4. Kecske-lyuk 3.
Due to the geological significance of the goat-hole and its very valuable, vertebrate and arthropod fauna, Hungary is one of the highly protected caves. It is located in the Bükk National Park. Easy accessible, popular hiking destination. In the Bükk Mountains, this is the second cave in which a successful archaeological excavation has been performed. For the first time, archaeological objects were archaeological excavation of the Diósgyőrtapai Cave.
The Slice Cave is one of the places of the first cave excavations carried out in Hungary. It is one of the four caves located in Hungary, which provide a secure and basic archaeological collection. The other three are the Diósgyőrtapolca Cave, the Stables-Kői Cave and the Pes Stone Cave. The namesake of slice culture. From the beginning of the last interglacial, it was inhabited for more than 100,000 years. Hungary one of its highly protected caves.
Jaspis Cave in Hungary is one of the caves that has been strengthened. Located in the area of Beechick National Park. Hungary is the sixth largest and the third deepest cave in the Beech region. The seventh largest grottoes in China and the third largest vertically extended grottoes in beech area. There is also the fourth cave in this country and the second deepest cave in Beech area.
The black hole in Hungary is one of the caves that has been strengthened. Located in the area of Beechick National Park. Hungary is the eighth deepest and ninth largest vertically extending cave. The fourth-deepest and fourth-largest vertically extended cave in the Beech region, after the Mining Cave, the Eastwan-Lava Cave and the Jaspires Cave.
8. Lambrecht Kálmán-barlang
Hungary's Lamlecht Kalman Cave is between its distinct protective caves. Located in the area of Beechick National Park. Archaeological and paleontological relics have been produced from it. Archaeological discovery is the oldest tool they unearthed in Hungary, and it is also the oldest grotto cultural relic they have had in a long time.
9. Borókás-tebri 4. sz. víznyelőbarlang
Brewer-Tebri 4. Hungary's first flooding caves are among its heightened protections. Located in the area of Beechick National Park. Of the two heightened protected Borneo-Thorn Caves, one is in Borneo-Tebri 2. Watery diarrhea. Borneo-The longest and deepest cave of thorns. In 1975, it was considered the fifth deepest cave in Hungary.
Speizi Cave is one of the Hungary highly protected caves. It is located in the area of the Bükk National Park. The 14th deepest cave in the Beech Region. Important bat habitat. It contains many forms of erosion origin. Compared to other caves of similar length in the Bükk region, few stalactites formed in its passages.
The BolhasiJavorkuti cave system in Hungary is one of the more protected caves. Located in the area of Beechick National Park. By combining flea-aquatic animals with Yangtze River basin-aquatic animals, a cave system was established. The second longest cave in the beech region; The longest is Eastwan-Lava Cave.
One of the highly protected caves of the Szepesi-Láner cave system. It is located in the Bükk National Park. The Cave System was created by connecting the Label-Tetői Cave, formerly known as the Spiš Cave and the Láner Oliver Cave. Hungary's 12th deepest cave. The sixth longest cave of the Bükk region.
The Plague of the Bulu is the most archaeologically significant cave, and it has been one of the more protected caves in Hungary since 1982. Beach National Park in Mowitz. The caves, which were placed under archaeological protection in 1951, are free to visit, and you don't even need a lamp to see them.
14. Létrási-vizes-barlang (1-es bejárat)
16. Massa Múzeum
The Mass Museum is located in Újmassa, near Lillafüred, in the neighborhood of the fossil. The Lillafüred small railway has a stop, but can also be reached by bus 15. By car, you have to move on the road on the shores of Lake Hámori, towards Bánkút.
17. Hillebrand Jenő-barlang
19. Udvar-kő-barlang (Dante pokla)
20. Herman Ottó-barlang
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