In this collection offers an amazing underground wonders - caves, rivers and underground station, creation and nature. Waitomo Caves, New Zealand This place is also called glowworms caves. Waitomo consists of 150 caves, but among them is the most popular one - Cave Glouvorm. It is home to an amazing fireflies that live only in New Zealand. Just imagine - you're in the cave that shimmers green and blue lights. This place looks like a starry sky.
This place is almost waterless and uninhabited, with a strange landscape. Once Coober Pedy was known as the opal capital of the world. People here live underground. Now there are museums, shops, and even art galleries.
A quarter of a million tourists come to visit these caves every year. It is believed that this is one of the most beautiful caves in the world. It's amazing formation - work of water and time.
Winter is harsh in Canada, so was created the largest underground city in the world, in order to avoid the cold. Since the 1960s, 33 km of underground roads were built to provide access to the metro, major hotels, shopping centers, thousands of offices, apartments and restaurants, cinemas and teatrov.Natsionalny Monument Craters of the Moon, US
This surreal park on 83 square miles in southern Idaho is a result of the eruption of lava. Caves wet pitch black and quiet, but there are places where the top of the cave is destroyed then there is sunlight, making it more mysterious! Included in the list of the ten little-known natural wonders.
This subway station in New York, which was opened in 1904, today it is already obsolete. Gorgeous architecture - glass windows, skylights and brass chandeliers adorn the walls of her curves and arched ceilings. You can even ride on a passenger train №6.
The limestone that forms the Yucatan Peninsula, is permeated with sinkholes, called tsenotami. The most stunning are great sources of deep turquoise water flow in the dramatic caves, Mayan places called gates to the dungeon.
A boat ride down the cliff, through unlit underground caves, you will get an unforgettable experience of this tour. This unique underwater river system is the longest in the world, is visited by more than 500,000 tourists a year.
This is a natural limestone cave was discovered by accident. She called the name of the cane - a brightly lit wonderland with impressive stalactites, stalagmites and rock formations. And in the center of the reed flute cave is a swimming pool, with a breathtaking.
This place is full of legends about ghosts. In English - The stalemate Mary King. It is an underground street in Edinburgh. Now here give tours, and on this street are actors dressed as characters of legends. One of the most popular legends says that the owner of the ownership Mary King immured in a room of his daughter, who died here. It is said that the spirit of this girl still has not found peace, bring thousands of tourists to this cave dolls and decorations to upokoit spirit girl.
It is carved into the rock complex of 30 caves, a magnificent example of ancient art. Remarkably preserved frescoes, carvings and sculptures dating from 200 BC to 650 BC. e., considered masterpieces of Buddhist religious art. Ajanta Caves - one of the most popular attractions of India.
Located in the rain washed the basin in the south of Cappadocia, this vast ancient underground city contains many rooms, halls, stables, churches, grape presses and presses for oil extraction, chimneys, to incoming fresh air in the cave. There are also schools, study rooms, and even graves. It's a whole underground city.
Tourists can wander through miles claustrophobic, dark and damp caves, tunnels and quarries began dumping approximately six million Parisians. Here around the bone. Smooth gloomy passages of the bones forming the wall.
Below Cheddar Gorge in south-west England, it was found the cave, which are interconnected underground rivers formed back in the Ice Age. Today the cave is floodlit so that visitors can watch the beautiful stalagmites, stalactites and various units in the smooth pools.
The cave Kverkfёll hidden interior of the castle of the Snow Queen. Two elements are facing, because here also is an active volcano, the lava that melts the ice. The tunnels and caves, amazing river will delight any tourist. These caves extend for more than 2 km, so it is best to explore this place with a very experienced guide.
This eerie, but very attractive cave located under the church Santa Maria della Concezione in Rome, here are the bones of over 4,000 monks, who died in the period from 1500 to 1870, the walls decorated with bones.
Down on the northeast corner of the old historic area of Luxembourg, it is an extensive network of underground passages that were used as a defensive system of the country. Now it is a World Heritage Site.
To reach this place only by boat or down the long staircase, which consists of 656 steps cut into the cliff. The caves have become a popular tourist attraction and one of the most beautiful caves in the world. They were found by fishermen in the 18th century. Stalactites, stalagmites, and the formation of the sea Lake - the main colorful elements in these caves.
This mine is placed in a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1978. This amazing underground mine near the city of Krakow is visited more than one million visitors each year. Nine levels of more than 300 galleries with works of art, altars and historical and religious figures, created from the salt. Wieliczka Salt Mine - a very popular attraction.
Original prehistoric rock paintings found in the cave, which is located close to the tree Cabrera in the south-western France. Amazing rock art depicting a bison and mammoths, it was discovered in 1922. Having been in this cave, you immerse yourself in the Stone Age.