8 Sights in Добровское сельское поселение, Ukraine (with Map and Images)
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Binbash-Koba or Thousand Head Cave (a cave in the lower part of the Chatyr-Daga plateau, the main ridge of the Crimean mountains). The length is-150 meters and the depth is-23 meters. There are several corridors and halls in the cave, with stalactites, stalagmites and wall-like leaking strata. The largest is about 24 meters long and 10 meters wide. In 1947, it was declared a protected area. Kondaraki wrote in the 1873-1875 "Universal Description of Crimea" that, according to local stories, the unfortunate Genoese were killed by the Turks after the caf é massacre. It is 40 meters away from Qiantou entrance of Gugelkin-Hosar Mine. On the sidewalk, there are two caves to visit-the Marble Cave and the Mammoth Cave.
Ayan Cave is a karst cave on the slope of Chatyr-Dag Mountain in Crimea. From it flows a powerful natural source, which feeds the Ayan River with water. The surveyed length of the cave passages is 560 m, the amplitude is 22 m, the entrance height is about 400 m, the area is 1250 m², the volume is 14,500 m³. A large number of complex karst siphons are observed in the cave.
3. Мечеть Эски-Сарай
Eski-Saray is a former mosque, a monument of Crimean Tatar architecture of the XIV century, one of the oldest mosques in Crimea. Located in the village of Pionersky, Simferopol district, 14 km from Simferopol in the Salgir River Valley. The mosque was erected at the time when Crimea was an ulus of the Golden Horde. Now is in a dilapidated state.
4. Emine Bayır Hasar
Emin-Bair-Hosar-karst (washing) vertical cave, is located near the marble cave on the lower plateau of the Chatyr-Dag massif in the Crimea. The cave was opened in 1927. The main route is about 700 meters and takes about an hour and a half, runs along the lake hall, the Hall of Idolov, the Hall of the Treasury, the Kechkemet Hall and others.
5. Ход Конем
The horse’s move is karst (washing) mine in the Crimea on Chatyr-Dag. The length is 278 m, the depth is 217 m, the area is 100 m², the volume is 1800 m³, the height of the entrance is 1050 m, the 3A complexity category. This is the deepest on Chatyr-Dag Mine.
The Averkiev Cave, also known as the Averkiev Mine, is a karst cave in The Crimea on Dolgorukovskaya Yayla. It has a depth of 145 meters with a length of 405 meters and is one of the largest karst mines of the Crimean peninsula.
7. Бездонный колодец
Bezdonny Kolodets or Tyupsyuz-Khosar is a vertical karst cave with a wide entrance, located on the plateau of the Chatyr-Dag massif of the Crimean Peninsula. Other names are Bottomless Mine, Bottomless Cave, Topsius-Khosar.
Golubinaya Cave, or Kol-Bair, is a cave on the Dolgorukovskaya Yayl in Crimea and is part of the Krasnye Cave-a "mature" cave system that can reach the surface from the entrance to the plateau to the exit of the cave river.
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