Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Heading Underground in Europe

Europe is not lacking in history, and that history isn’t limited to the surface.  Cave shelters, historic mines, ancient catacombs...the continent is liberally riddled with all sorts of secret, underground sites.  If you’re looking for a bit of exploration and adventure on your next visit, National Geographic has 9 marvels for you to check out: catacombs and crypts in Rome; 13th century beer cellars in the Pilsen Historical Underground; a salt mine in Germany; an entire underground city in France; bomb shelters in Barcelona; Edinburgh’s only preserved, 17th-century street; prehistoric cave art in Spain; Istanbul’s Yerebatan Sarayi (Sunken Palace); and the cellars of the former Palace of Brussels.


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