The oldest buildings in the underground like alien views

Bounce Below amusement park (Wales)
Ancient salt mines in Romania, Japanese underground sewers, subway stations in Sweden ... are magnificent works underground, attracting visitors thanks to their unique architecture.

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Radhuset metro station (Stockholm, Sweden)
Radhuset metro station (Stockholm, Sweden): With its unique architecture, the Radhuset metro station makes many visitors seem lost in another underground world. In addition to Radhuset station, the metro system in Stockholm is like an art gallery. 90 stops designed in different styles, performed by 150 artists. Photo: Creative Commons 2.0.
Desert Cave Hotel (Coober Pedy, Australia)
Desert Cave Hotel (Coober Pedy, Australia): In 1915, opal miners found the Desert cave. Desert Cave Hotel was built in 1984. This unique hotel consists of 19 underground bedrooms, along with the system of game rooms, bars ... The hotel has a unique space, making visitors seem lost on Mars. Photo: CNN.
Salina Turda Amusement Park (Romania
Salina Turda Amusement Park (Romania): Before becoming a modern amusement park, the famous place in Transylvania (Romania) was a salt mine dating back to the 17th century. This work is located at a depth of 120 m compared to the ground, was built in 2009. Tourists come here not only admire the giant ancient salt mine, but also experience interesting games underground. The park includes theater area, mini golf course, underground lake ... Admission fee is 6 USD. Photo: CNN.
Bounce Below amusement park (Wales)
Bounce Below amusement park (Wales): From an underground stone of more than a hundred years old, the Bounce Below amusement park was officially launched in 2015. This underground amusement spot is not for visitors under the age of 13 year old. Coming here, you will experience games of action, adventure, take a 2-story bus to see the ancient stones ... Photo: eleeshawaldron.
Underground drain outside the urban area (Tokyo, Japan)

Underground drain outside the urban area (Tokyo, Japan)
Underground drain outside the urban area (Tokyo, Japan): Although it is only an underground sewer, this site attracts many visitors to check-in by the massive, majestic. This underground structure was built to protect the residents of Tokyo from heavy rains and storms. Underground drain was built from 1992-2006. Photo: riyo___.
Wieliczka Salt Mine (Poland)

Wieliczka Salt Mine (Poland)
Wieliczka Salt Mine (Poland): This salt mine was built in the 13th century, with main materials from wood and bricks. This mine was once flooded and became Wessel Lake. The ancient salt mine is a UNESCO world heritage site. Photo: russos_ap 1.

The oldest buildings in the underground like alien views The oldest buildings in the underground like alien views Reviewed by Duy Khiêm on October 04, 2019 Rating: 5

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