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Wonderful Museum Salina Turda of Romania

Salina Turda was a salt mine situated in Turda, Transylvania, Romania and it was converted into an underworld theme park in 1992. The mine was originally established by hand and machine in the 17th century and from 1992, Salina Turda has been a halotherapy center and a popular tourist attraction.


Salina Turda holds some unexpected pleasures. The mine's ferris wheel, bowling alley, mini golf course, amphitheatre and boat ride on the lake are the main attraction for the tourists.



Inside the salt mine or museum the temperature remains constant at a 10–12 °C (50–54 °F) all the time, at any time of the year. Humidity in the air remains constant, too, at about 75-80%. Visitors play mini golf, bowls and billiards or simply relax in futuristic rest rooms and breathe in the salty atmosphere which many consider to be beneficial to health, all of this hundreds of meters below the ground.

Dragon's Blood Tree of Socotra Island



Socotra is part of the Republic of Yemen. It is one of the most-isolated landforms on Earth of continental origin. Socotra is a small archipelago of four islands in the Indian Ocean. The largest island, also called Socotra, is about 95% of the landmass of the archipelago. The most amazing features about this Socotra island is the Dragon's Blood Tree.


Dragon's Blood Tree is also known as Socotra Dragon Tree and the scientific name is Dracaena cinnabari. The Dragon blood tree is the most famous and distinctive plant of the island of Socotra. It has a unique and strange appearance, described as "upturned, densely-packed crown having the shape of an uprightly held umbrella". This evergreen species is named after its dark red resin, that is known as "dragon's blood".


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