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Alisadr cave has too many water halls and wide variety of beautiful features such as stalactites, stalagmites and carst deposits with various forms. This with about 2400 M in cave boating is the biggest cave in the world from this respect. This cave has a lasting exploitation and protection management system.
The original natural factors such as dissolution, erosion, settlement are of influence. Outside the main part of the cave the exploitation facilities have been used in away they will leave no negative influence on its natural appearance. The whole collection of the features in the cave can be visited in an end to end circle and that characteristic of accumulation and concentration of features is clearly observable.
The longest and the biggest water cave in the world (from the point of the boating course inside the cave).