Aggtelek National Park (in Hungarian: Aggteleki Nemzeti Park) is a national park in Northern Hungary, in the Aggtelek karst region. It was founded in 1985. It contains 198.92 km² (of which 39.22 km² are under increased protection). It has been part of the UNESCO World Heritage since 1995. The largest stalactite cave of Europe is situated in this area: the Baradla Cave (26 km long, of which 8 km is in Slovakia, known under the name of Domica).
The first written documentation from the caves, can be dated back to 1549. Since 1920 it has been used as a tourist attraction. Several of the caves have different specialites. For example, the Peace Cave has a sanatorium which help treating people suffering from asthma.
Egg-laying preferences of the xerophilous ecotype of Maculinea alcon (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) in the Aggtelek National Park
Jan 01, 2006; Key words. Egg-laying preference, xerophilous ecotype of Maculinea alcon, clumps of Gentiana stems, Aggtelek National Park...
Hungary: HUSEEDBANK - Establishment of the Pannon Seed Bank for the Long-Term Ex Situ Conservation of Hungarian Vascular Wild Plants
Oct 16, 2013; Project reference: LIFE08 NAT/H/000288 Duration: 01-JAN-2010 to 31-DEC -2014 Total budget: 969,090.00 EU contribution: 401,737.00...