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A magical view of Stalactites, a creation of nature can be seen at the river banks of the Diarizos River in the area of Reximo in Fini.

At the river banks of the Diarizos River nature water to show its power by creating the stalactites left of the river bank at an altitude of 30-35 metres where the decoration is impressive and rich.

The stalactites are impressive, and the small caves create red crystals. The excellent colours of greenery as well as the light which reflects offer a rich and magical decoration in nature.

At the entrance of the small caves there are many pipe-like stalactites which were created due to the fast flowing of the water. That is also where the red stalactites meet.

Stalactites of Fini photos: 
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