• H-3758 Jósvafő, Tengerszem oldal 1.
  • +36 48-503-000
  • info.anp[at]t-online[dot]hu

Inverse Everest Photo Exhibition


The deepest cave on the planet is the Krubera-Vornya Cave in the Caucasus Mountains. Professional photographs of this natural wonder were taken for the first time in 2016 by four Hungarian spelunkers.  The exhibit features pictures from the team’s one month stay in Abkhazia, and of course their journey to 2080 meters down into the earth. Get a glimpse into the everyday life of the Surface Research Camp, the careful preparations, descents down 100 m long shafts, waterfalls, and water-filled passages to the world's deepest natural landmark, the Game Over Hall. Nearly 80 pictures are on display of this never before visited, strange and hidden, beautiful subterranean world.

More information:

Tel: +36-48-506-000, +36-70-881-14-77

E-mail: info.anp@t-online.hu; mkbtiroda@gmail.com

OPEN: June 23-July 23, 2017

Location: MagtArt Gallery

    3763 Bódvaszilas, Akácos út 30.


Photo: Péter Adamkó

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