One of Europes largest underground lake, tourist attraction in Austria, is known as the underground kingdom of fairy tales. Located in the west of Vienna hunter cloth dragon village, covers an area of 6200 square meters. From the underground lake is higher by a more than a man about 450 meter long tunnel. Todays underground lake, early is a gypsum mines. In 1912, the mine mining blasting in deep fry out a stream of spring, almost everything under the flooded mine.
Initially a hunting domain for the royal family, Lainzer Tiergarten is nowadays a great outdoor idea for those who love to walk, hike, and see many animals running free – or within fenced enclosures for security reasons. Located in the southwestern part of the city, this place offers you a chance to see close fallow deer, mouflons, and other wildlife species. Perfect for a hike for the entire family.
The temperature of the cave is only 9 degrees Celsius throughout the year, and the rest place is the warmest place, where the temperature is 12 degrees Celsius. After the break, people come to the stable. This was the place where miners used to raise horses. They also used horses to do a lot of mining work. Because the horses have not seen sunshine for a long time, they will be blind after 20 years of service. After passing the stable, people arrived at a place named Little Blue Lake. Under the illumination of the light and the influence of the terrain, we can see the charming glow reflected on the lake surface. The largest underground lake in Europe lies 14 meters below Little Blue Lake.
The lakes in the Alps in Austria and Switzerland are very beautiful. Unexpectedly, there are underground lakes found in mining, which are also good.
Tourists must visit, especially those with children, and experience different fairy tales.