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When Tosya Gharibyan asked her husband to dig a basement under their house to store potatoes, she had little idea the underground labyrinth he would eventually produce would prove to be one of Armenia's major tourist draws. Their one-story house in the village of Arinj outside the capital Yerevan may not look like much but today it brings in visitors from all over the globe after a 23-year labor of love by Tosya's late husband, Levon Arakelyan.The tourists come to see a twisting network of subterranean caves and tunnels known as "Levon's divine underground". A decade on from the project's completion, Tosya also runs a small museum commemorating her husband's work in the village of some 6,000 people.
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