Caves of Heaven and Hell, KIzkalesi

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  • Are you going down hundreds of meters and you's a church is an historic structure, and then from the tunnels with a water source located several kilometers below sea level, Narlıkuyuya is leaking these waters ... Bennett ... Environment like Bennett ... This is where you need to be the owner of paradise part and good condition. Hundreds of metres back go up and you go to hell from here, this is not a place to reach. This is called deep crack or something like that I can't describe exactly ... And must be visited.
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  • Where Magaralarin come, leave your foot yourself and see what you're doing high school. Turn to whether the effort to go to heaven after a rough ride. But hell are easy and which way a way that duz; the lamppost, cautionary State; by the way my feet me brought to heaven; darisi the per. ..
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  • Heaven and hell when I saw the bottomless pit cave saw a large dark pit of hell is a big garden in heaven
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  • One of the best caves in Mersin, it's very interesting and the services are very good but you must have a museum card to get into it
  • very beautiful place, hall its just view point, heaven its cave, 450 stairs, be ready for hard walking especially road back)))) inside cave cold and very slippery road
  • Very nice place to but need to walk a lot of stairs
  • If you came to Mersin or near to it you should visit this place. At least once
  • An absolutely wonderful and transporting experience! My wife and I went with good friends and our two young daughters (1 and 3 years old), which presented the expected difficulties. Still, we were able to travel all the way inside the cave at the bottom of the chasm, which comes to an halt at the point where you hear, enticingly, the nearby roar of rushing water from somewhere deeper underground! The stairs are slick when wet and one should definitely take care. This is a tourist destination, but not one frequented by foreigners. Still, there was a find pay-to-enter toilet and a small cafe, which offered a nice place to cool off and clean up after the long, hot climb back up the stairs.