The Department of Forestry of Cyprus discovered a rare cave that was hidden for many years, and maybe even centuries!
The find was discovered quite accidentally between two villages: Pomos and Nea Dimata in the Paphos area. Officials of the Forest Department were impressed with their findings! According to them, this is a very rare cave in the territory of Cyprus. The employee who entered first in the cave made amazing beauty photographs.
Speaking for the Cyprus Times, an employee of the Department of Forestry of Cyprus Harris Nicholas said that when mapping the sea caves, they came across other caves, which they studied. And when they went to check one of the caves already found, they accidentally stumbled upon a "surprise".
The cave was completely invisible and they accidentally looked at the stones and saw the entrance to it. The staff of the department came to full delight from what they saw. After all, the cave was all strewn with stalactites rare for Cyprus, and fresh water dripped from the roof along the perimeter of the entire cave.