In ancient times, the water flowing from this cave near Nans-sous-Sainte-Anne, France, was believed to be the source of the Lison River

In ancient times, the water flowing from this cave near Nans-sous-Sainte-Anne, France, was believed to be the source of the Lison River. Today geologists know that the river starts much further up the mountain, disappears into the porous Karst limestone that lies beneath the river, and re-emerges much further below, through this cave. The waterfall flows all year long, though it is most spectacular in spring. I visited in late June, so it was a mere rivulet of what it is during times of snow melt or heavy…

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