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Wine cellar* or Acheron?

Neither of both, The people near the boats are not the lost souls residing on the shores of the Acheron (underground river in Dante's Inferno) but simple tourists after their trip on the Rubicon, an underground tributary of the Ambleve, the river flowing through Remouchamps.
This is the second part of the Caves of Remouchamps (Province of Liège) that were discovered in 1828 and opened to the public in 1912.
In the Stone Age they were inhabited by prehistoric hunters.
They are really worth visiting.

* Until the XIXth century the first part of the caves, an 80 metre long gallery was used as a wine cellar.

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