Take a sneaky peek at this stunning mountain pool rumoured to be Hungary’s best kept secret – we think we can see why, Mirror reports.
There a few things guaranteed to take your breath away, but these jaw-dropping scenes surely offer a slice of paradise. This isolated mountain lake nestled by golden autumnal trees and a 210ft rock face is a vision of beauty – so much so, the Hungarians have named it their top beauty spot.
Mirror according, the mountain pool, near the city of Sarospatak (from Budapest two and a half hour by car) in the county of Borsod-Abauj Zemplen, was once a fully-operational mine of soft rock and stone. But it has been open to the public since it closed for business in 1907, when it became a natural lake as rain water trickled down the 1062ft mountain. Visitors can experience the wonder of the 21ft-deep pool by accessing it through a gorge. And that’s just what photographer Robert Nemeti did to capture these amazing images.
Go on, take a look and be impressed!
More pictures are HERE!