10 beautiful that look places like underground paradises

These underground paradises are like virtual caves, giant tombs that always have a great charm with the visitors.


Reed Flute Cave, Guilin, China:

Formed in more than 1,200 years ago, Sao Say is the most attractive place in Guilin. The cave is decorated with colorful lights to create a virtual and lively impression.


Phong Nha - Ke Bang Cave, Vietnam:

It was recognized by UNESCO as World Natural Heritage according to geological and geomorphological criteria in 2003. This cave possesses the most of which the list of world records has recorded, in Especially to mention is the longest underground river, the highest cave gate, the most magnificent stalactites, the largest and most beautiful sand, and rocks.


Catacombs of Paris, France:

This ghostly location is a network of a total length of 300 km and the last resting place for thousands of dead souls. Since 1810, this tomb has been named the largest cave in the world.


Eisriesenwelt Ice Cave, Werfen, Austria:

Eisriesenwelt ice cave, Austria as mysterious underground paradise everyone wishes to arrive once. Eisriesenwelt is a limestone cave that was formed millions of years ago with a virtual scene, sparkling with thousands of strange shapes.


Salt Cathedral, Zipaquirá, Colombia:

Salt Cathedral, Zipaquirá is a famous art-building in Colombia. The church is located 200 meters underground in the tunnel of a salt mine, built by miners around 1932 for daily prayer.


Salina Turda, Transylvania, Romania:

Salina Turda is one of the most important salt mines in Transylvania. Salina Turda has been known since ancient times and active throughout the Roman period.


Moscow Metro Station, Russia:

Moscow Metro Station is the first metro system in the former Soviet Union. Today, the subway system has 197 stations, more than 9.2 million people daily and a variety of beautiful architecture, reflecting the rich history of Russia.


Cenotes Cave on Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico:

Cenotes is a natural pit caused by the collapse of limestone and underground water. This is a great place for adventurous swimmers, but in the past, it was used by the ancient Mayans for sacrifices.


Drain outside the urban area of Kasukabe, Japan:

Giant drain system located deep in the city of Saitama, outside Tokyo, in addition to drainage function, is also attractive tourist attractions. The project consists of five 65 m high concrete basins, 32 m in diameter and connected by 6.4k m tunnels.


Basilica Cistern, Istanbul, Turkey:

Basilica Cathedral is one of the largest underground storage cisterns in Istanbul used for water collection in the sixth century. Despite having a capacity of 100,000 tons of water, this cistern is no longer used.

By: Jonath Martin

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