Salina Turda Salt Mines Transform to History Museum Tauheed Ahmad March 30, 2016 Travel 1923 What was once a massive salt mine in turda, Romania, has now been cautiously renovated by the regional cluj county council into the world’s first salt mining history museum. the salina turda salt mines were excavated in the 17th century, proving a vital source for salt that brought the romans much wealth. Nowadays, the durgau lakes at the mine’s surface responsible for much of the salt deposits in the area are well-liked tourist attractions that guarantee a firm flow of visitors all year around. A trip down the vertical shafts that once transported 1000’s of tons of salt will gradually let slip the immense scale of the excavated earth, made deliberately clear upon reaching the very bottom of the mine which is covered in a sand-like layer of salt, nearly borrowing a certain aesthetic from the deep sea, the bottom of the mine features almost alien structures made of timber members and illuminated with suspended tube lights. the interior maintains a steady 11-12 degrees celsius and 80 % humidity, fully devoid of any allergens and an almost absence of any bacteria, making the exclusive micro-climate a destination for those suffering from allergic respiratory diseases. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Related PostsSivash Salt Lagoons in the Crimean PeninsulaFirst Ever Fossil Museum Opens in EgyptThe 9/11 National Memorial MuseumThe Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine is Most Famous Lost Mine in American HistoryIncredible SALT Lamp Requires Only One Glass of Saltwater to Supply Light For 8 HoursThe 100 A Ranking Of The Most Influential Persons in HistoryRecent Cricket StatsBigar Waterfall Looks Just Like Something Out Of A FairytaleDigging Crystals of Oklahoma’s at Great Salt PlainsGeamana, The Romanian Village Flooded by a Toxic LakeThe Fascination, Magic and Healing Power of Dead SeaThe Dolerite Columns of Coastal Tasmania Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.