Baradla Caves (bŏ´rŏdlŏ), three large caves, NE Hungary and SE Slovakia, c.25 mi (40 km) NW of Miskolc, Hungary. Aggtelek and Josvafö caves are in Hungary; Dobšiná is in Slovakia. They are noted for their huge stalactites. Two underground rivers and a lake are found there.
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