This Ukrainian salt mine is like a tourist resort for morlocks

Or a spring break destination for CHUDs. In the Ukrainian town of Soledar, an unused salt mine 300 meters underground has become a tourist attraction thanks to its ornate passageways.

A church, soccer arena, and sanitarium have been carved out of the salt, giving the mine the veneer of the Mines of Moria with high blood pressure or a secret Rebel outpost on Planet Condiment. These nooks and crannies look so cozy you'll want to lick the ceiling, and here's another Ukrainian speleotherapy site.

This Ukrainian salt mine is like a tourist resort for morlocks


This Ukrainian salt mine is like a tourist resort for morlocks
This Ukrainian salt mine is like a tourist resort for morlocks
This Ukrainian salt mine is like a tourist resort for morlocks
This Ukrainian salt mine is like a tourist resort for morlocks
This Ukrainian salt mine is like a tourist resort for morlocks
This Ukrainian salt mine is like a tourist resort for morlocks
This Ukrainian salt mine is like a tourist resort for morlocks
This Ukrainian salt mine is like a tourist resort for morlocks
This Ukrainian salt mine is like a tourist resort for morlocks
This Ukrainian salt mine is like a tourist resort for morlocks

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