|Location||Abkhazia,[note 1] Georgia|
|Depth||2,212 metres (7,257 ft)|
|Length||17,500 metres (57,400 ft)|
Veryovkina Cave (also spelled Verëvkina Cave, Abkhaz: Вериовкин иҳаԥы, Georgian: ვერიოვკინის მღვიმე, romanized: veriovk'inis mghvime) is a cave in Abkhazia,[note 1] an occupied region of Georgia. At 2,212 meters (7,257 ft) deep, it is the deepest-known cave on Earth. Veryovkina is in the Arabika Massif, in the Gagra mountain range of the Western Caucasus, on the pass between the Krepost and Zont mountains, close to the slopes of Mount Krepost. Its entrance is 2,285 metres (7,497 ft) above sea level. The entrance of the cave has a cross section of 3 m × 4 m (9.8 ft × 13.1 ft), and the depth of the entrance shaft is 32 metres (105 ft).
In 1968, the cave was assigned the name S-115, which was later replaced by P1-7, and in 1986 it was renamed after caver and cave diver Alexander Verëvkin. Verëvkin died in 1983 while exploring a siphon in the cave Su-Akan, located in the Sary-Tala massif, now Kabardino-Balkaria, Russia.