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8 Medieval Cave Town Eski-Kermen

Medieval Cave Town Eski-Kermen

Posted on October 4, 2011 by


Eski-Kermen is a medieval town in the southwest of the Crimea. It means ‘old fortress’ in Crimean-Tatar.

Eski-Kermen is located near the city of Bahchisaray. It was built on a plateau bounded by thirty-meter steeps (a mountain mass in the middle of the picture).

So hot, so many trees and birds… Looks just like jungle!

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8 Responses to “Medieval Cave Town Eski-Kermen”

  1. OLUT says:

    That looks like paradise for local kids. What could be more fun than playing in those awesome caves and rooms?

  2. geoff says:

    Wow fantastic. Puts a different perspective on the term “Cave Man”. I wonder how they carved the rock.

  3. Barbar says:

    Looks like fortress of dwarves.

  4. historian says:

    Reminds on the scene with DUXI in 9. Rota.

  5. John says:

    It would be nice to build a modern village along those same lines, with concrete and stone. I think we feel most comfortable and natural in caves.

  6. historian says:

    ER should write more about the early history of russia, a lot of early greek settlements can be found black sea and aral sea.
    Also many experts think that at the boarder to kazakhstan lived the famous Arier, no not the germans. Greek called a clan of amazons, the famous amazons that way.

    They should also write something about the small clans which culture becomes smaller and smaller, because many of them move to big cities. No you havent to pass the Ural also between moscow and murmanks are a lot of different races.

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