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The "Emil Racoviţă" cave is situated next to Criva Village in the north of the Republic and is the third greatest gypsum cave in Europe and the seventh greatest gypsum cave in the world. It was discovered in 1959 and scientific research began in 1977. At present, cca 90 km of labyrinths and tunnels have been discovered and mapped.