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Uhlovitsa Cave (Bulgarian: Пещера Ухловица) is a show cave in the Blue Pools Area (Bulgarian: Mестността „Сините вирове“, or Mestnostta "Sinite virove") in the Smolyan Province of the Rhodope Mountains, southern Bulgaria. About 3000 tourists visit the cave every year. Uhlovitsa is about 460 m long, 330 m of which are well-explored and developed. It is 1040 m above sea level. The average temperature is about 10–11°C.
Many corallites can be found in the cave, as can an impressive flowstone formation known as the Icefall at its end. The cave was discovered in 1967 by Dimitar and Georgi Raichev. The name Uhlovitsa comes from the word "улулица", meaning Strix.
The path to the cave is steep and is 800 meters long. The walking is about 20 minutes. The steps to the entrance are 189 and the steps in the cave are 280.
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