gas crater is a natural gas field located in the Derweze village in Turkmenistan.
well in Kara-Kum is a bizarre tourist attraction which indicates the presence of a great deal of natural gas beneath the desert sands.
The Pompidou-Metz exhibition opens with a film by Adrien Missika titled Darvaza
(2011) that looks as spectacular as the Kraffts' footage of erupting volcanoes: terrifying, astonishing and immense enough to tick most of Burke's sublimity boxes.
Canadian explorer George Kourounis, 44, wore a heat-reflective suit, breathing apparatus and a custom-made Kevlar harness to brave temperatures of more than 1000C in the flaming Darvaza
crater in Turkmenistan.
The bizarre landmark - officially called The Darvaza
Crater - has been alight for more than 40 years after a drilling accident caused Soviet scientists to set it on fire to burn off excess gas.
The pit, known as Darvaza
Crater, has been burning for decades.
We continued our adventure to Turkmenistan where we visited a giant hole in the ground at Darvaza
(gas crater that has been burning for 40 years), we saw a couple of dead camels (Ben poked them) and survived 46C heat through the Karakum desert.
kholna prasann (Hindi): open the door for me please
No one is sure how the Burning Gates Of Darvaza
, as it's also called, came about.
1) Most people think Darvaza
Crater in Turkmenistan formed when scientists were --.
Crater, more commonly known as the Door to Hell, still burns today, a surreal feature in an otherwise barren landscape, National Geographic reports.
He didn't like the look of the nearby town of Darvaza
and had it demolished.