The Earth’s surface can sometimes collapse, generating abysses of varying depths. These jokes are often caused by nature, but humans can also cause them.
Here is a list of the dangerous and mysterious “gates” where you can go to the core of the Earth.
‘Glory Hole’ Sluice at Reservoir on the Monticello Dam in Northern California
The ‘Glory Hall’ is a tube-shaped concrete overflow similar to a large swimming pool drain. Its diameter is 22 meters, and when the height of the reservoir exceeds 134 meters, water flows on its lips.
The sinkholes in Guatemala City
The sinking of Guatemala City in 2010 was a tragedy on May 30, 2010, when a 65-foot-wide, 300-foot-deep crater in Guatemala City sank a three-story factory.
Well of St. Patrick, Orvieto, Italy
Despite its dreadful appearance, this well was designed with good intentions: to supply water to the city during the siege. Furthermore, it was established under the supervision of the church.
The crater of Mount Yasur on Vanuatu Island
Located near the SE end of Yasur Tana Island, it has a 400-meter-wide crater. The current eruption has been go on since at least 1774.
Kimberly Diamond Mine, South Africa
The Kimberley Diamond Mine in Kimberley, South Africa, is a hybrid open pit and deep diamond mine. The ‘Big Hole’, about half a kilometer in diameter and 215 meters deep, is located in the middle of the site.
Great Blue Hole, Belize Barrier Reef
The Great Blue Hole off the coast of Belize is a massive ocean sinkhole. It is located in the middle of the Lighthouse Reef, a tiny atom 70 kilometers (43 miles) off the coast of Belize. The hole is round in shape, 318 m (1,043 ft) in diameter and 124 m (407 ft) deep.
Reverse masonry tower in Portugal
The property has two wells close to the ground floor buildings with retrograde tower steps. These wells were never used for water supply. They were instead used for ritual purposes such as Tarot initiation rites.
Zero Sarisarinama, Venezuela
Many flat peaks are found across the region of Venezuela. They caused massive subsidence hundreds of years ago. Mount Sarisariama in Bolvar, Venezuela, is their largest home.
Mutnovsky Ice Cave, Russia
The uniqueness of Mutnovsky Cave is that it is an ice cave. It has been near the burning volcano for many years. The cave is simply amazing.
Gates of Hell (Darwaza), Turkmenistan
People are responsible for creating this air gap. Known as the “Gates of Hell”, the fire that began in 1971 has been burning for more than half a century. During the excavation, the Earth collapsed, and natural gas began to leak. The hole is more than 200 feet in diameter and about 65 feet deep.
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