Here is something we don’t see everyday: the inside of a gypsum mine located in eastern Ukraine. The photo-op was discovered by Yaroslav Segeda, a Ukraine resident who has a deep history in urban exploring. Segeda can often be found scaling—to dizzying heights—all kinds of buildings and objects, usually without any safety equipment or permission:
According to Segeda,
“This is probably my best find, a gypsum mine in eastern Ukraine. An inconspicuous door led to an underground city with its own traffic, street signs and 20-metre-tall caves.”
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