The Kungurskaya cave is one of the most popular sights of Siberia and the Urals, a natural monument of national importance.
The cave is located in the Perm region, on the right bank of the Sylva river on the edge of the town of Kungur in the village of Filippovka, 100 km from Perm.
This unique geological monument is one of the largest karst caves in the European part of Russia and the seventh in length gypsum cave in the world. The length of the cave is about 5700 m, of which 1.5 km is equipped for tourist visits.
The average temperature in the center of the cave is +5 ° C, the relative humidity in the center of the cave is 100%. The Kungurskaya cave contains 58 grottoes, 70 lakes and 146 so-called “organ pipes” (the highest is in the Aetheric grotto, 22 m) - high mines, reaching almost to the surface.