Putri Kencono Cave

Kencono CavePutri Kencono Cave truly unique. In the cave area of ​​about 1,000 m2, there are some spaces in a single lane. There is a living culture, a kapusakan, jumenengan space, workshop space, a family room and a spring panyuwunan. Spring panyuwunan small pond filled with water believed to have properties. Each room is marked with a sign that can be read clearly because of the lighting bright enough room.

According to the Department of Tourism Culture Youth and Sports (Disbudparpora) Winton, who manages the place, Darmadi, naming the room through the long procession. Having found the local residents, Wasino, on January 1, 1991 and excavated until 1992, the diggers of Padepokan Wali Songo / master Supandriyo held a ritual and salvation in the cave every Friday Legi. During the time that the names of the room was reputedly whispered into the ear of the figures.

Every room in the cave filled with stalactites and stalagmites are still dripping water. Cave ceiling height varies 3-5 m. Water droplets that make the cave floor was wet and slippery. Cave visitors must be extra careful not to slip.

Location: Wonogiri Region