8 Travel Underground The World’s Best
Travel Underground, Attraction, are amazing not only above ground, below ground was also have attractions that are not less remarkable. Travel underground is more exciting because it shows the things that we never anticipated. Here’s the best underground sights from around the world:
Cave temples of Dambulla, Sri Lanka
Cave is located in Sri Lanka consists of statues of Buddha in the area of 1950 square meters. The temple built 20 centuries ago and has five rooms of worship. In addition to having statues of Buddha, this temple also has a statue of the Hindu god Lord Ganesha and Lord Vishnu.
The Greenbrier Bunker, West Virginia, United States
This place is a former government bunker, which was once used as a hiding place as a member of the senate of the Cold War. Bunker has an area of two football fields, with 1,100 beds, cafeteria, medical clinics, and television studios. Bunker built since 1956 is in 1992 opened to the public as tourist attractions.
Basilica Cistern, Istanbul, Turkey
These tourist sites are located 24 meters below the city of Istanbul, and a room with a length of 137 meters and 65 meters wide. This place is a reservoir former Byzantine empire in the past.
These attractions are supported by 336 pillars of different shapes as derived from the collapsed buildings conquered by Constantine the Great in the 4th Century. The ruins of history has become a tourist attraction since 1987.
Cu Chi Tunnels, Vietnam
This tunnel was once used during the Vietnam war by the Vietcong for a hiding place also a meeting place with the clinic and emergency kitchens. Once around the tunnel is a lot of mines placed to trap the enemy. But since 1988, the Vietnamese government to make this tunnel tourist attraction, and every year not less than one million tourists visited the tunnel which has collections of this Vietnam war weapon.
Wieliczka Salt Mine, Poland
In the Middle Ages, the ancient Polish community in the land is aware that there are natural resources that have a high value of the salt. So they made a big mine 326 meters underground and spends most of his life here.
Mammoth Cave, Kentucky, United States
This cave is the longest underground cave in the world, with a length of 630 kilometers. Because of that length, the cave is called the Mammoth Cave. This cave has a gothic style, and a choice of travel for the citizens of the United States who like adventure.
Coober Pedy, Australia
Coober Pedy is a mining town with a population of 3500 underground soul. Residents of this town live underground, in houses constructed from stone. Although located in the basement, the town has shops, churc
hes, hotels, and even a swimming pool.
Catacombs of Kom el-Shuqafa, Egypt
This place is actually the ancient Egyptian tombs from the 2nd century. Interior of the tomb is a mixture of ancient Egypt and the interior of the Romans. In addition to the grave, where is also the place where the objects belong to the bodies are buried here when he was alive were as plates and cups out of clay. (Special)