I suggest starting at just before the 14 minute mark as this, apparently, is the entrance. The hall inside, with rectangular pillars, is many metres in height and appears to have been stucco'd. I've watched this team of Russian scientists on other vid's/locations and they are logical in their approach in trying to understand what we are looking at. The reason I mention this is that I'm guessing that they would have looked into the obvious re: whether is an old mine of some kind but since closed. Maybe it is but going by the research they've conducted on other sites...don't think so.
This vid, unfortunately, doesn't have very good quality compared to others but I'm under the impression that it is massive.
Edited to add that the video below, at the 8:40 min mark, has better quality video and some commentary.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07-Oct-17 16:42 by Racho.
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