Caves of the lakes Herendira, Nathan, KOdi

What is the landmark?

The cave is known for it's beautiful lakes inside. The rock walls have designs made from the wind and water. It has become one of Greeks famous landmarks. Many people visit this landmark every year. The cave's explored length is 1,980 meters.

When was this landmark discovered?

The Cave Of The Lakes was founded in 1964

Where is the landmark?

The Cave of the Lakes is located near the village Kastria in the Achaea regional unit in Greece

How was the landmark formed?

During winter time, when the snow melts, the cave is transformed into a subterranean river with natural waterfalls

How long did it take?

The steep sandstone cliffs along the Cave of the Lakes have been weathered by wind and water for millions of years.

Why is erosion related to it?

Erosion is the process of eroding or being eroded by wind, water, or other natural agents. The erosional action has formed caves inside.

Weathering

Wear away or change the appearance or texture of something overtime. The rock inside the cave changes overtime by the wind and water.

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