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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.

    Underwater ancient city @ Qiandao ("Thousand Island") Lake [千島湖], Zhejiang, China en.wikipedia.org/...

    Alexandria underwater city. Lost for 1,600 years, the royal quarters of Cleopatra were discovered off the shores of Alexandria. A team of marine archaeologists, led by Frenchman, Franck Goddio, began excavating the ancient city in 1998. Historians believe the site was submerged by earthquakes and tidal waves, yet, astonishingly, several artifacts remained largely intact.

    The lost continent of Atlantis....just love all the "evidence"....seems it may have been located anywhere according to various experts.

    23,000 years old evidence of Dwarka city found underwater. Makes a 6,000 year old world civilization look a bit silly, doesn't it??

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    hydropolis - underwater hotel in dubai.

    The ancient city of Baalbek is one of the greatest archaeological mysteries of all time. Located east of the Litani River in Lebanon, Baalbek is known for its exquisitely detailed yet monumentally scaled Roman temple ruins. These Roman temples were built on top of an ancient 5 million square foot platform that was made from some of the largest stones ever used in any construction project in the history of the earth. The largest stone found weighs 1200 tons and is about 64 feet long.

    A hidden wonder of the world - The "Valley of Love" in Ireland... almost a mile long, over half a mile high, and 3000 years older than the Pyramids.

    The oldest submerged city: A 5,000 old sunken perfectly designed city in Southern Greece In the Peloponnesus region of southern Greece there is a small village called Pavlopetri, where a nearby ancient city dating back 5,000 years resides. However, this is not an ordinary archaeological site – the city can be found about 4 meters underwater and is the oldest known submerged city in the world.

    Underwater Ruins

    [Pyramids of Glass Submerged in the Bermuda Triangle] “These strange underwater pyramid structures at a depth of two thousand meters were identified with the help of a sonar according to oceanographer Dr. Verlag Meyer. Studies of other structures like Yonaguni in modern day Japan have allowed scientists to determine that the two giant pyramids, apparently made of something like a thick glass, are really impressive - each of them is larger than the pyramid of Cheops in Egypt.”

    Sunken City of Port Royal

    Shell Grotto at Margate (UK) In 1835 Mr James Newlove lowered his young son Joshua into a hole in the ground that had appeared during the digging of a duck pond. Joshua emerged describing tunnels covered with shells. He had discovered the Shell Grotto; 70ft of winding underground passages leading to an oblong chamber, its walls decorated with strange symbols mosaiced in millions of shells. Is it an ancient pagan temple? A meeting place for some secret cult? Nobody can explain who built this...

    Aircraft Carrier. USS Oriskany - The largest underwater man-made reef. Later this year.

    ‘Underwater City’ blends ancient glory with modern architecture | Designbuzz : Design ideas and concepts

    Secrets of Ancient Underwater City Pavlopetri Revealed : Travel Back in Time and See What the City Looked Like - It lies off the southern coast of Laconia, Greece and is estimated to be about 5,000 years old. Through CGI, scientists have actually recreated the entire city

    Atlantis The Lost Civilization | new life in the sea: Atlantis: the lost city, or a city lost?

    Ancient Underwater City of Dwarka submerged in only 70 feet of water, just off the coast of modern day Dwaraka. The evidence shows sandstone walls, cobblestone streets and a prosperous sea port. Artifacts have been estimated at 32,000 years. www.travelshackbl...

    The well preserved roman amphitheatre ( 2nd century A.C ) in Bosra, Syria -UNESCO World Heritage Site