Kungur Ice Cave
You have heard about Ice caves, and there are some artificial caves, but today I want to take you to a real Ice cave, which I am sure you will admire most.
Kungur Ice Cave is a karst cavern situated in the Urals, close to the town Kungur in Russia. The cavern is popular for its ice arrangements and is a prevalent traveler milestone.
Kungur Ice Cave has been known following 1703 when Peter the Great issued the declaration The hole has been an outing site subsequent to 1914 and it is outfitted with three visit courses with diverse length:
The examination of a vast trip ring (fantastic course) covers 1.5 km and takes around 1 hour and 20 min
The second is 1.8 km and takes 1 hour 40 min
The third is the greatest, 2 km and around 1.5 hours. On this visit, there is a laser show and the course is more troublesome.
One hundred thousand individuals come every year and more than five million individuals have been to the hollow since it opened.
In the eastern piece of "Ice The Mountain" there are two locales of antiquated settlement from the 7th-9th hundreds of years.
Inside the hole there is slender way which is called "the ladies street" on the grounds that quite a while prior an outside princess tumbled down on this street.