Breathtaking drone footage of Didyma craters in Greece

At first glance, the two gigantic craters in Didyma, Argolida, Greece, look like the result of a massive meteor striking Earth, but scientists speculate that these craters are actually fallen caves. The caves collapsed thousands of years ago, leaving large crater-like holes.
In the video you can take a look inside the craters. Two small Byzantine chapels with murals that date back to the 13th century are located within the smaller crater.


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2 thoughts on “Breathtaking drone footage of Didyma craters in Greece”

  1. La natura non finisce mai di stupirci
    Crateri particolari che sarebbe bello poter osservare da vicino
    Un saluto,silvia

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