St. Kinga’s Chapel is the largest underground temple in the world. It was excavated in 1896 from a lump of salt, 101 metres underground. It has an area of almost 1000m2 and is 12 metres high. Everything in the chapel is made from salt and all its sculptures were made by the miners. There are relics of St. Kinga, the patron saint of salt miners, at the chapel. Masses have been celebrated here to this day. In view of its superb acoustics, concerts have also been organized here.