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Bay of Cambay Ancient City. The Bay of Cambay was discovered by marine scientists in early 2002. The city is located 120 feet underwater in the Gulf of Cambay off the western coast of India. The city is five miles long and two miles wide, carbon dating estimates the site to be a whopping 9,500 years old, and, more amazingly, architectural and human remains are still intact.

from Mail Online

Sunken city gives up its treasure: Ancient Egyptian metropolis lost for 1,200 years below Mediterranean sea set to go on display

The sunken ancient Egyptian city of Heracleion was submerged by the sea and sands 1200 years ago. Archeologists are now preparing to show some of the objects recovered. --- French marine archaeologist Frank Goddio explains text on the stele of Heracleion on a barge in an Alexandrian naval base

FL St Archaeologist said to be 50,000 yrs old. no cultures we know of vould have built. There sre out of time and place Real advaced for that time frame. Google Cuba Underwater City Pyramids

Underwater ruins of the lost world in Yonaguni. Believed to be at least 10,000 years old (older than the pyramids!)

Massive 5,000-year-old underground city uncovered in Cappadocia, Turkey

from Oddee

7 Most Fascinating Underwater Ruins

8000-year-old Yonaguni-Jima (Japan). The megalith was discovered quite accidentally by a sport diver in 1995 when he had strayed beyond the permissible limit off the Okinawa shore.

from lifethroughmy4eyes

Caral, a city as old as Mesopotamia!

Caral, Peru* Ancient civilization in the Americas, -Norte Chico civilization. The ruins date back over 5,000 years, which means there were cities and life in Peru around the same time as Mesopotamia and Ancient Egypt.

I shot this while walking through the streets of Jodhpur, a.k.a. The Blue City. India is so full of life and colours. I will have to go there again very soon.

In the Sahara Desert in Egypt lie the oldest known astronomically aligned stones in the world: Nabta. Over one thousand years before the creation of Stonehenge, people built a stone circle and other structures on the shoreline of a lake that has long since dried up. Over 6,000 years ago, stone slabs three meters high were dragged over a kilometer to create the site. Shown above is one of the stones that remains. Little is known about the ultimate purpose of Nabta and the nature of the people…