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Aven Armand
also called Armand Cave

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  1. a cave located in the Cévennes National Park, in the Lozère département, between Meyrueis and Sainte-Enimie

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  2. Discovered in 1897 and open to the public since 1927, it is one of the most visited places in that area

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  3. Official Site

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  4. 44.2211111,3.3572222

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  5. Caves such as this are found in many Limestone areas, such as the White Scar Caves near Skipton in Yorkshire

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  6. Some stalagmites featured in the Aven Armand cave
    Some stalagmites featured in the Aven Armand cave

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