Gadime Cave

Known as Marble Cave, is a natural wonder located in the village of Gadime, just outside of Pristina, Kosovo.

The cave is known for its stunning stalactites, stalagmites, and other formations that have been shaped by thousands of years of water erosion.

Visitors can explore the cave’s various chambers and tunnels, marveling at the unique geological formations that make up this natural wonder. In addition to its natural beauty, the cave also has historical significance, as it was used as a hiding place for Kosovo Albanians during the Kosovo War in the late 1990s.