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Jeita Grotto is a compound of interconnected karstic limestone caves and are two caves separated from each other. The lower cave was discovered in 1836 by Reverend William Thomson and the upper cave was discovered by Lebanese speleologists. In 1995, this natural wonder was open to the public. During the summer, visitors can visit the upper and the lower galleries and enjoy the cool temperature inside these caves.
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