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Orda Cave Awareness ProjectOrda Cave Awareness Project
The project is dedicated to Orda Cave – the most extended underwater cave in Russia, the second in Eurasia, with regards to length, and the world’s greatest underwater gypsum cave.
2Princess of Whales
Natalie Avseenko, twice world champion in freediving and yoga expert dived naked with white whales in freezing waters of White sea.
Ural cavesUral Caves
In process…
Blue Lake Awareness ProjectBlue Lake Awareness Project
Blue Lake or Chirek-Kyol (Kabardino-Balkaria, the Caucasian mountains, Russia) is considered to be the deepest karst lake-source in the world and shares first place with the Red lake (Crveno Yezero, Yugoslavia) as the deepest karst lake.
Swans UnderwaterSwans Underwater
Why do swans have long necks? They cannot dive as ducks do, but they use their long necks to reach deep water weeds.
Secrets of ShipwrecksSecrets of Shipwrecks
For 10 years the team of divers and scientists has found and identified hundreds of shipwrecks, lying on the bottom of Gulf of Finland in Baltic Sea, the river of Neva and the lake of Ladoga. At the moment they have more then thousand of objects in the list. Each of them has its own unique story.
7Lady of Orda Cave
There is a legend about a Lady of Orda Cave. She is a beautiful spirit, as charming as her cave.
Natalie Avseenko: I will be inside a world-famous cave holding my breath and acting as a Spirit of the Cave. I’ll have a chance to become Alice in wonderland…
Spherical PanoramasSpherical Panoramas
The very first underwater cave spherical panorama in the world. Orda Cave. Main passage. The very first world’s under ice spherical panorama. Sylvinite mine spherical panorama and others.
afalinaBeing a Dolphin
Project dedicated to the Black sea bottlenose dolphin, endemic subspecies of the common bottlenose dolphin. It is enlisted in the World Red Book (IUCN) in category “Endangered”.
LYG_5084Sylvinite
These carpet patterns on the walls are not manmade, they are created by nature. These are Sylvinite mines in the town of Berezniki. It is a huge underground labyrinth, located at a depth of -400m. The Sylvinite ore, which is excavated here, is used for production of potassium fertilizers.
The fact that all the plants are in desperate need of potassium and that can save the entire countries from the crop failure and famine, became known only in the second half of the twentieth century.

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