10 Holes inside our Planet That May Take Your Breath Away

2 The Hole of Glory
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Humanity’s abilities and the ones of nature itself really know no limitations. It’s because of this that people have such a varied landscape and amazing architecture in the globe.

CherryHappiness decided to discover about probably the most impressive phenomena on our world: the biggest holes in its surface area.

The Deluxe Mystery Hole

1 The Deluxe Mystery Hole
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The origins of the Deluxe Mystery Hole remain unexplained. All available modern methods have failed to measure its depth accurately. It’s currently a tourist attraction.

The Hole of Glory

2 The Hole of Glory© Hana Clicks / Facebook

The Hole of Glory is located on the Monticello Dam. At first sight, it appears to be a tunnel into the very depths of the Earth, but it’s actually just for draining out the water. It’s recommended taking a look after it’s rained when the water flows particularly quickly.

Sawmill Sink

3 Sawmill Sink© Jeett Rana / Facebook

Sawmill Sink is a bright blue hole in the Bahamas which was a site of archeological investigation. It has helped scientists understand what the Earth was like a thousand years ago.

The Devil’s Sinkhole

4 The Devil’s Sinkhole© Devil’s Sinkhole State Natural Area – Texas Parks and Wildlife / Facebook

The Devil’s Sinkhole is a subterranean cave, entry to which is strictly forbidden. Although in summer it’s possible to observe 3 million bats flying out of it.

The Great Blue Hole

5 The Great Blue Hole© depositphotos

This hole is at the center of Lighthouse Reef, located in the Caribbean sea. It was originally a system of caves that first formed during the last ice age. The Great Blue Hole is considered one of the best places in the world for diving.

Dean’s Blue Hole

Dean’s Blue Hole© JustiFly / Facebook

Dean’s Blue Hole is the deepest blue hole in the world. It can be found in the Bahamas and is used as a training ground for free divers.

The Harwood Hole

7 The Harwood Hole© Lana Kowarski / Facebook

The Harwood Hole is actually a cave in New Zealand. It’s the deepest vertical cave on Earth.

The Mir Mine

8 The Mir Mine© depositphotos

The Mir mine is one of the largest sources of diamonds in Russia. The diamonds are now extracted deep from within the ground.

The Udachnaya Pipe

9 The Udachnaya Pipe© АЛРОСА / Facebook

The Udachnaya pipe is another source of diamonds in Yakutia, Russia. It’s located 20 km from the Arctic Circle.

The Heavenly Pit

10 The Heavenly Pit© Adventure Club UA / Facebook

The “Heavenly Pit” sinkhole formed 128,000 years ago. It’s the deepest sinkhole in the world and a favorite location for people who love parachuting.

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