The splendid beauty of Krupaj spring

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Krupaj spring is a water spring in Eastern Serbia in the foothill of Beljanic mountain. Surrounded by a forest of its own, with tree branches and vines hovering over its surface, stands the Krupaj springs. The water, blue and green in colour, with varying nuances, can’t help itself but hypnotize the beholder. The deep, cold and turquoise is often specked with fallen leaves. Apart from the enchanting sight of the fount, beneath its surface the Krupaj springs hides an even more fascinating story. According to the stories of scuba divers who dove to 123 meters depth, once you dive into the lake you enter a maze of underwater canals.
Even the most experienced divers would be lost trying to dive through the “Stomach”, the “Slide”, the “Small Room”, the “6 Meters”, the “Big Room”, the “Ram’s Head” of this half-flooded cave, without a rope to serve as their lifeline. They say  the last stop is the “Canal” after which there is nothing but a dark abyss. Also at 123 meters there is a partially flooded room, where in the depths of the underground, they found tunnels that lead to the surface.
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