In Shropshire in the UK, a rabbit hole on the farm field was the entrance to the ancient cave of the Knights Templar, knights of the medieval religious order, who fought in the Crusades.
The cave was discovered by chance, since its entrance is more like a dug out a hole. A temple about six feet high is at a depth of one meter under the ground.
The tunnel from the entrance leads to a network of footpaths inside the temple, the walls of which are decorated with carved arches.
According to experts, the age of the temple is about 700 years. However, the cave was preserved in perfect condition, since it was always underground.