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  • Jennifer Taylor

    5 Mind Blowing Underwater Cities! | Spirit Science (The only reason I would learn to SCUBA dive)

  • KC Martin

    Once-Majestic Cities That Sank Beneath The Ocean Lion City (Shi Cheng) of Qingdao Lake, China.

  • Ronnie Paskin

    Once upon a time, an ancient city in China was named Lion City because Five Lion Mountain loomed large behind it. The city, also known as Shi Cheng, has been buried beneath the water for 53 years. This lost underwater city that was founded about 1,300 years ago. is now located about 85 – 131 feet (26-40 meters) beneath the gorgeous Thousand Island Lake (Qiandao Lake). This valley was submerged when a dam was constructed and a lake was needed. [23 Photos, 2 Videos]

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