|Location:||Vinjerac, northeast of Zadar. Velebit National Park. Southeastern part of Veliki Rujan.|
|Classification:||Karst cave, Cretaceous and Paleogen limestone|
|Dimension:||50 x 25m wide, 160m deep.|
D. Magaš, M. Suric (1998):
The Mention of Golubinka Cave near Vinjerac (Croatia) in 19th Century,
Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on History of Speleology and
Karstology in Alps, Carpathians, and Dinarids, Liptovsk Mikulš, Slovakia,
25-31 May 1998, Slovensky kras, 37, 159-166.
|Address:||Jama Golubinka, Tel: +385-, Fax: +385-,|
|As far as we know this information was accurate when it was published (see years in brackets), but may have changed since then.
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|19th cty||first mentioned on the copy of the official cadastral map.|
|1970-1990||explored by Croatian speleologists.|
Jama Golubinka is a pothole or daylight shaft in the Velebit National Park. It is impressive to visit but it cannot be entered.