Krubera Voronya, The Deepest Cave on Earth

Situated in the massif Arabika of the Ghagra mountain range, in Abkhazia, Georgia, the Voroniya cave (Kruber caves or Krubera-Voronya) is the deepest known cave in the world. The cave has two branches: Novokuibyshevskaya (1300 meters deep) and Main (2196 meters deep), the second ramifies into several smaller branches…

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3 Comments

  1. Use “branches” rather than “ramifies.” I only understood the word because of my knowledge of Italian. I’m not sure it’s English (too lazy to get out 20kg dictionary), but it probably is; English is full of words no-one uses.

  2. oh my god. all i can think of is if those supporting ropes snapped and those people plummeted to their deaths, and it was caught on camera. o.O jeez

  3. That caves are really amazing! Wish you were here

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