Postojna Cave surprised by millionth visitor this year


The Postojna Cave, one of Slovenia's most popular tourist destinations, has been surprised by a millionth visitor this year. It has taken more than 30 years to reach the milestone after it was last reached in 1985, following lacklustre performance in the years after the breakup of Yugoslavia.

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