France: Romanian Journey to the Centre of the Earth

Four Romanian ladies have set a new world record in France, going as deep as 1100 metres underground, as part of a speologists’ team that explored the depths of Berger.

The journey lasted for 22 hours, under extreme conditions, crossing underground rivers and waterfalls. The largest waterfall the team had to tackle with was 44 metres deep.

The Romanian and French teams that took to the depths of the Earth was under constant threat of flash floods, as it had rained a lot in the days prior to the expedition. None the less, the mission was carried out successfully.

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