Romanian Salt Mine Turned into a Museum

January 9, 2014 | in Travel

Inside an old salt mine Salina Turda in Transylvania, Romania there is the largest museum in the world.

You must descent nearly 400 feet under the ground to visit it. The museum has a 180-seat amphitheater, a carousel, a ping pong area, a basketball court, mini golf and bowling.

Romanian Salt Mine Turned into a Museum

Romanian Salt Mine Turned into a Museum

Romanian Salt Mine Turned into a Museum

Romanian Salt Mine Turned into a Museum

Romanian Salt Mine Turned into a Museum

Romanian Salt Mine Turned into a Museum

Romanian Salt Mine Turned into a Museum

Romanian Salt Mine Turned into a Museum

Romanian Salt Mine Turned into a Museum

Romanian Salt Mine Turned into a Museum

Romanian Salt Mine Turned into a Museum

Romanian Salt Mine Turned into a Museum

Romanian Salt Mine Turned into a Museum

Romanian Salt Mine Turned into a Museum

Romanian Salt Mine Turned into a Museum

Romanian Salt Mine Turned into a Museum

Romanian Salt Mine Turned into a Museum

Romanian Salt Mine Turned into a Museum

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