Rabbit hole leads to 700 year old Knights Templar cave

Rabbit hole leads to an incredible secret – the entrance to a mysterious cave network used by the Knights Templar 700 years ago.

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    Medieval underground

    The ancient space is said to have been used by the Knights Templar 700 years ago.
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    Rabbit hole

    It might look like an ordinary rabbit hole but this unassuming hole leads to a stunning cave hidden beneath a farmers field.
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    Candlelight

    This picture shows the amazing complex lit with candles.
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    Cave font

    The caves in Shropshire, U.K., are said to date back 700 years and have been linked to the Knights Templar - a medieval religious order that fought in the Crusades.
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    Mysterious history

    Sun glints through the entrance to the caves.
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