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  • Budapest, Hungary, one of Europe's hidden jewels.


  • A tourist hotspot known for its history and beautiful architecture and its love of water.


  • But while most splash above the surface, below the city is a secret subterranean world.


  • [Caves under the capital]


  • Hungary's capital is home to over 80 geothermal springs and dozens of baths, all heated by the Earth's warmth deep below the surface.

    匈牙利的首都擁有 80 多個地熱溫泉和數十個溫泉浴場,所有溫泉浴都由地表以下深處的地球溫暖加熱。

  • As this naturally heated water flowed beneath the city, it carved out hundreds of caves, making the city home to the largest collection of thermal caves in the world.


  • The crown jewel of this system is the Molnár János cave.

    這裡最著名的是 Molnár János 洞穴。

  • Discovered in the 19th century bynos Molnár, who traced the warm spring waters from the lake outside to its source beneath the city.

    János Molnár 於 19 世紀發現這個洞穴,而他從外面的湖泊到城市下方的泉水追溯了溫暖的泉水。

  • Divers first started to explore the cave in the 1950s.

    潛水員於 1950 年代首次開始探索這個洞穴。

  • Since then, nearly four miles of tunnels have been charted.


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  • In the pitch black of the cave, miles of rope have been laid for divers to follow the correct route back to the exit.


  • The water is naturally warm, between 70 and 80 degrees fahrenheit.

    水是自然溫暖的,介於 70 至 80 度華氏之間。

  • The rooms of the cave can range from tiny to massive.


  • The largest is so large, it can hold 350 double decker buses.

    最大的洞穴大到可以容納 350 輛雙層巴士。

  • And even in the pitch black, life has found a way.


  • Biologists have identified new species that live only in these caves.


  • Much is still to be answered about this place, a reminder that even in the most urban of areas, you can still find some of nature's greatest wonders.


Budapest, Hungary, one of Europe's hidden jewels.


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