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Boho Caves

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Boho Caves
The Boho Caves (pronounced /ˈb/ BOH,[1] from Irish: Botha, meaning "huts")[2] are a selection of caves centred on the village of Boho, County Fermanagh on the northern slopes of Belmore Mountain. They encompass the main Boho Cave and the smaller Waterfall Cave and Upper and Lower Ravine Caves. The Boho Cave system is the sixth-longest cave system in Northern Ireland,[3] is designated an Area of Special Scientific Interest (ASSI #144) and is the only example of joint-controlled caves in Northern Ireland.[4]


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