minjaeturtles
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It's Krubera Cave located in the Western Caucasus Mountains, Georgia (the country, not the state). It is the only known cave that goes deeper than 2,000 meters (6,562 ft) -- slightly less than 5 Empire State buildings. It is also known as Voronya Cave, which means "Crow's Cave" in Russian due to fact that there are a number of crows nesting in the entrance pit.
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that's more than a mile deep, that's insane! do they do tours there?
4 years ago·Reply
Can people really go down that far?
4 years ago·Reply
I think only explorers can go down there for now. It's really dangerous.. @JohnLee http://www.vingle.net/posts/165443-The-Dangers-of-Exploring-Caves
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