Baidibek cave-in: divine immersion

The stone vaults of the cave go up to dozens of meters. Thin streams of water are flowing on the cracked walls. The light of the sun, falling from a huge gap in the ceiling, illuminates the vast space of the dungeon, which is full of living things. A small grove of trees growing right at the bottom of the cave is home to numerous birds that, fly in the air with loud screams, swirl under the stone arch. Cool, humid air drives away fatigue and makes you quickly forget about the merciless heat that reigns outside.

Everywhere on the floor of the cave, you can see small pyramids from fragments of rock: along the paths, on small hills and at the foot of the walls. Who brought all these stones in this mysterious place? And this is not the only one mystery concealed by the Baidibek cave-in.