Oh my, this is one gorgeous place! Located in Kefalonia
Greece, the top
of this cave is surrounded by forest. In
Greek mythology the cave is known as the Cave of the Nymphs.
Oh my! Beautiful!
The first exploration of this lake was in 1951. An old lantern was found that now has a home in the Archeological Museum of Argostoli. Other excavations in 1962 found plates, figurines and oil lamps.
Isn't this gorgeous?
The lake is 1640 feet from the coast and a little over three feet above sea level. It isn’t level though so the water does circulate to the coast.
Don't you just want to see this place right now?
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