World Subterranean Heritage

@article{Trofimova2019WorldSH,
  title={World Subterranean Heritage},
  author={E. V. Trofimova and Alexei A. Trofimov},
  journal={Geoheritage},
  year={2019},
  volume={11},
  pages={1113-1131}
}
For the first time, the World Subterranean Heritage explorations are represented. Regarding the type of heritage, the unique remarkable properties can be divided into three main groups: cultural, natural, and mixed, cultural-natural ones. The distribution of the World Subterranean Heritage by the parts of the world and by the countries is analyzed. The following outstanding subterranean cultural properties are considered: the objects of worship, sites with pre-historical paintings, with… 
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