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Harmanecká Cave or Harmanec Cave (Slovak: Harmanecká jaskyňa, Hungarian: Hermándi barlang) is a stalactite cave in Central Slovakia. It is located on the northern side of the Kotolnica massif in the Staré Hory and Kremnica mountain ranges and south of the Veľká Fatra mountains. The closest villages are Harmanec and Dolný Harmanec; Banská Bystrica is around 16 km south east of the cave. It is formed from Middle Triassic dark-grey Gutenstein limestone with an estimated age of 220 million years. The entrance to the cave is situated at an altitude of 821 m and 260 m above the bottom of the Harmanec valley.
Driny is a limestone cave in West Slovakia in the Little Carpathians Mountains. It is located around 2 km southwest of the village of Smolenice. The cave’s entrance altitude is 399 m. The first attempt to enter the cave was made by Prussian soldiers, who were camping nearby during the Austro-Prussian War.
Komín Cave is located in the Branisko Mountains. It is located near the village of Lipovce, on the southern slope of the Červená skala peak. Entrance is free. It is part of the Kamenná Baba National Nature Reserve. When climbing the Red Rock, you will definitely not miss the approximately 18-meter-long Komín Cave. It is a cult, often visited place of Prešov tramps, hikers and tourists, which is also evident in its appearance. The cave is relatively spacious, the corridor rises slightly backwards and ends with a smooth wall.