World’s Largest Man-Made Cave Opened to Public


The world’s largest man-made cave in China has been opened to the public for the first time.

The cave was designed to manufacture plutonium using a nuclear reactor. It was built in the 1960s and over 60,000 soldiers were involved in the project.

largest man-made cave - ChinaNow visitors can explore the vast underground complex including the central computer room and some of the main thoroughfares which have been fitted with light and educational displays.

largest man-made cave-ChinaBuilt to withstand an earthquake of up to 8-magnitude on the Richter scale, the project was only declassified in 2002.

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