In Spišská Gemer Karst National Nature Reserve is Lost The cave, which is the character of glaciation belongs among the most important caves in the world. Ice filling occurs here in various forms and thickness of ice in some places exceeds 25m.Mapa
The year 2000 will be rich in the history of Ice Cave among the most important. On the 24th meeting of the World Heritage Committee in Cairns, Australia, it included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site by the extension "Caves of the Slovak Karst and Aggtelek" whose nomination project approved in 1995 in Berlin. They recognized the unique natural values of the Ice Cave, and representatives of the World Heritage Centre in Paris recommended the nomination attached to the existing World Heritage sites "Caves of the Slovak Karst and Aggtelek".
Official Statement and the Certificate of World Heritage held on 3 June 2001 with the participation of several state representatives. Salutatory letter of the President Rudolf Schuster gave J. Sirotňák, Director of the Office of Kosice. World Heritage Certificate given to the Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs J. Figel directors of Slovak Caves J. Hlavac, which guarantee the protection and comprehensive care for Dobšinská ice cave. The cave tour participants fascinated performance Košice Conservatory String Quartet in the Great Hall.