The door of hell is the most dangerous and strange tourist place in the world

The door of hell is a large hole that reaches the 70 meter diameter, where the flames of fire dance from the cracks in its floor at a height of 15 meters and around the sides, and besides its frightening appearance, the heat of the burning smells from it and evokes horror and reminds you of the Day of Resurrection.
You wonder about the phenomenon? It was the result of a slight misjudgment by Soviet scientists, where geologists began drilling a well for gas exploration at this spot in 1971, but due to an error in the estimate, the hole exploded in a place not expected under

They feared gas would burn quickly, but did not do as they wished, and remained burning at the same time as an important symbol of Turkmenistan's vast gas reserves, believed to be the fourth largest reserve. In the world. It has also become one of the strangest places to visit in the world.

This strange place, which is located in Turkmenistan, is visited by thousands of tourists every year. It is called the Gate of Hell because it has a strange fire. This fire is caused by the accumulation of natural gases that cause a spontaneous ignition in the place. It is located in the desert of Karoma in the city of Darwazah in

Turkmenistan. The story of that hole dates back to 1971, when a group of Russian geologists discovered underground caves rich in natural gas. The cave soon collapsed, leaving the hole in its place. The natural gas seemed to be increasing. Over time, the solution was to ignite emissions instead of gas. N Risk of leaving gas buildup and local poisoning or explosion.
Turkmenistan, this former Soviet republic is still one of the most isolated countries in the world after nearly a quarter of a century after the fall of the Soviet Union. Turkmenistan receives only 12,000 to 15,000 tourists from about 50 countries every year.

Tourist officials in the country say the "Gate of Hell" hole, also called Darwiz, is named after the area, and its closest residential complex is the neighboring village of Darwiz, 90 km away, that can be put as a tourist icon that attracts adventurous tourists.

"This hole of fire ... is attracting more and more attention every year, especially among foreign tourists," says an official at the Tourism Committee of Turkmenistan. "This desolate desert can become a tourist destination of great interest and in many directions,