A group of volunteers decided in the summertime to visit one of the main curiosities of the island – the caves of Olympi, famous for it’s extraordinary stalactite formations. The age of the caves are estimated to be about 150 millions years old, while they were discovered in 1985 and opened for public in 2002.

The volunteers had the opportunity to discover this miracle of nature, the fabulous stone formations and colours the underground world of the caves.

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