Plongée au coeur de la mine de sel de Turda

The Turda salt mine in Romania is a testament to the work of salt mining.
Salt mining was stopped in 1932.
In Turda, the salt layer can reach a thickness of 1,200 metres.
Since 1992, the mine has been visited and attracted many tourists by its reputation as a health centre thanks to halotherapy. Sports activities are offered in the depths (table tennis, booling...)

Life in Turda, Romania - Plongée au coeur de la mine de sel de Turda by ceteceva

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