Belarus, landlocked between Poland and Russia, is relatively flat with large areas of marshy land. This geographic features prevent underground drainage and karstification pretty well, the result is a lack in natural caves. There are actually a few limestone areas, but now caves open to the public. There are also very little mining activity, except for potassium salt. As a result the biggest potassium salt mine is also the only underground site we can offer so far.
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