The Deepest Underground Structures in the World #infographic

The Deepest Underground Structures in the World #infographic

What sorts of geological systems can be located far below the Earth's surface? You would be surprised to learn about the vast range of hundreds of meters of underground systems that were being built, and even thousands in some cases. We took a deep dive into the Internet to discover a variety of different ways of the five darkest underwater structures. You 're likely to be in awe at some of these underground buildings' heights, from the world's deepest mine to the deepest swimming pool and underwater tunnel.

The largest is the Gold Mine Mponeng in Gauteng, South Africa, which lies under the surface some 4,000 feet. The deepest artificial point on Earth is the Kola Superdeep Borehole which sits in Russia's Pechengsky District at 12,262 meters below the surface. This was done in an attempt to dig as far as possible down into Earth's crust.

The Deepest Underground Structures in the World #infographic


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