Named the most mysterious places in the Crimea

Named the most mysterious places of the Crimea

Travelling to places associated with mystical legends, more and more attract tourists. Attractions with a mysterious history can boast of the Crimean Peninsula. Recently published a ranking of the most known places shrouded in mystery.

First on the list are three caves of Eni-Sala, located on the site of the Tatar village, burned by the Nazis for helping the partisans. The caves were discovered in the 1960-ies, and if the two of them to get problematic, the third is accessible without climbing equipment. Cave of Eni-Fat 2 was used by ancient brands for sacrifices. Particularly impressionable tourists claim to have seen ghosts in the area.

In second place was Bear mountain (Ayu-Dag), the card of Crimea. About the fact that the ascent is very dangerous – many people know, but not everyone knows that this is not the place to stay for the night. Tell you that, for unknown reasons, people nanocavities on the Bear-mountain, jump up the middle of the night and, fleeing from the nightmare of a dream, running to steep slopes.

Alimova Balka is a scenic valley in the Bakhchsarai area – took third place in the list. The legend says that here, near the spring hid the stone with Arabic script. Whoever finds the stone, waiting for wealth and prosperity.But the stone is opened not for everyone.

The list also included “Crimean Stonehenge” Spring in the village of the Simferopol area and Valley of ghosts in the village of Radiant, writes “Komsomolskaya Pravda”.

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