Salt Mines in Transylvania Converted Into Subterranean Museum

The Salina Turda salt mines in Turda, Transylvania, Romania, have been transformed into the world’s first salt mining history museum. The mines were excavated in the 17th century to provide Romania with the essential resource. Fast forward to today, and they are a popular tourist attraction, with a regulated temperature of 11-12 degrees Celsius and 80 percent humidity to essentially rid the mines of any allergens and bacteria.

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