|Location:||1km south of Hamiliye village. 17km southeast of Inegöl. At the exit of Oylat River canyon.|
|Address:||Tel: +90-, Fax: +90-|
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|Last update:||$Date: 2015/08/30 21:58:44 $|
|2008||opened to the public.|
Oylat Mağaraları (Oylat Cave) is famous for its speleothems like stalactites, stalacmites, soda straws, flowstones and cave pearls. The cave contains a large colony of bats, a fact which is utilized to prohibit photography. The first part of the cave is a narrow passage with numerous speleothes, including rimstone dams, with a temperature of 17°C and a humidity of 78%. At the end of this passage lies the Big Debris Chamber. The cave becomes wide and high, the temperature changes to 14°C and a humidity of 90%. The floor is covered by large blocks of debris, hence the name, which are covered by huge stalagmites. The chamber offers numerous stalagmites, stalactites and pilars of enormous size.
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