Majdanpek, a mining town at the foot of the northern Kučaj is more known as a mine than as a town, even today. The mining tradition here is about 7000 years old. It is 192 kilometres away from Belgrade. What attracts attention at the very entrance to the town is the fact that it is a small town with a lot of skyscrapers. Yet, there is an explanation for such architecture. The town has been built on a specific terrain – in a narrow and short basin surrounded by the hills on each side. Being a kind of squeezed, the town could develop only in height. There are even 110 caves in the vicinity of Majdanpek. Rajko’s Cave, located two and a half kilometres from the town, is considered the most beautiful one and is open daily for visitors.