Wietrznia Im. Zbigniewa Rubinowskiego is a 17.95 hectare protected area in Kielce, Poland. Consisting of three interconnected quarries, this area is full of lime-dolomite rocks. Tourists visiting this area can witness large number of fauna fossils as well as rare underground caves, boilers and funnel-shaped structures. Visitors will also come across numerous excavation sites upon their visit to this protected area.
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95% of people who visit Kielce include Wietrznia Im. Zbigniewa Rubinowskiego in their plan
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