Malocheremshanskaya cave

Malocheremshanskaya cave is one of the biggest caves on Baikal shoreline. Its depth is 15 meters and height is 10-15 meters, the width near the entrance is 2 meters. The floor is covered with flat well rolled shingle. At the time of snow melting there is a spring running over the back wall. In winter time cave's entrance is grown over long garlands if icicles. They start growing in late autumn at the time of strong storms, when the waves break through rocks and crash into numerous splashes and get quite high on the rocks. The ice which grows over sharp ledges of the rocks and separate stones has a shape of fancy animals and birds with total ice shell and numerous icicles.
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