There are still many surprising and astonishing places in the world, and one such place is in Abkhazia, Georgia, also known as the second deep cave in the world, and the cave is so deep that people shudder from the top. The cave is named After the Crubera Cave and has a depth of 2197 m. or 7208 ft.
Although it is a very difficult terrain, it is a season worth only four months a year. According to information, the Crubera Cave was discovered in 1960 and is also known as the Voronya Cave. Voronya means a cave of crows. Now, it was named because when the cave first entered in 1980, a lot of crows were found there. Several search teams had gone inside the cave, though in 2012, when a team of 59 explorers from different countries landed, the depth was measured at 2197m or 7208 feet, and the team spent a total of 27 days inside the cave.
For your information, people are not easily allowed to visit this cave. In fact, while Abkhazia declared itself a separate independent nation from Georgia in 1999, Georgia still considers it a part of it, and that is why there are always differences over the place.
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