In Armenia, opened the cave with a depth of seven stories created by one person
MOSCOW, June 23 — RIA Novosti. A resident of Arinj village of Armenia, a professional Builder Levon Arakelyan for 23 years, built an underground temple, which is now opened for tourists, reports the Daily Mail.
It all began in 1985 when the wife Tosya asked Lavon to dig under the house a cellar for storing potatoes. But the man was so fascinated that I couldn’t stay in the cellar for vegetables, first turning it into wine, and then in a huge temple, which was said to Lavon, he had a dream.
The Builder spent under the ground for 18 hours a day, creating tunnels with wide doorways, Roman columns and stairs carved in stone. Levon died in 2008 at the age of 67 from a heart attack.
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