Fischernte im See Qiandao in China: 1078 grüne Inseln hat der künstlich...

Fischernte im See Qiandao in China: 1078 grüne Inseln hat der künstlich...

Scuba diving in Qiandao Lake, China - an 1,800 yr old city that was flooded in the '50's to make a hydroelectric plant.

Your Next Scuba Destination Is An Entire Drowned City in China

Scuba diving in Qiandao Lake, China - an 1,800 yr old city that was flooded in the '50's to make a hydroelectric plant.

Qiandao Lake, didn't get to dive here. But! I would learn how to just to see the city below the water...... but boy howdy would i be scared shitless.

Qiandao Lake, didn't get to dive here. But! I would learn how to just to see the city below the water...... but boy howdy would i be scared shitless.

Qiandao Lake (Chinese: Thousand Island Lake) in Chun'an County, Zhejiang, China is famous for its pure water, countless exotic islands and an ancient city known as Shi Cheng (Lions City) laying on the bottom of the lake!  See its satellite view on Wikimapia

Qiandao Lake (Chinese: Thousand Island Lake) in Chun'an County, Zhejiang, China is famous for its pure water, countless exotic islands and an ancient city known as Shi Cheng (Lions City) laying on the bottom of the lake! See its satellite view on Wikimapia

Have you ever wondered if there really was an underwater city that you could go and see? There is, Shi Cheng is a city that unfortunately sank into a Qiandao lake in China. Many divers like to go and see what is left of the city.

Have you ever wondered if there really was an underwater city that you could go and see? There is, Shi Cheng is a city that unfortunately sank into a Qiandao lake in China. Many divers like to go and see what is left of the city.

Have you ever wondered if there really was an underwater city that you could go and see? There is, Shi Cheng is a city that unfortunately sank into a Qiandao lake in China. Many divers like to go and see what is left of the city.

Have you ever wondered if there really was an underwater city that you could go and see? There is, Shi Cheng is a city that unfortunately sank into a Qiandao lake in China. Many divers like to go and see what is left of the city.

Have you ever wondered if there really was an underwater city that you could go and see? There is, Shi Cheng is a city that unfortunately sank into a Qiandao lake in China. Many divers like to go and see what is left of the city.

Have you ever wondered if there really was an underwater city that you could go and see? There is, Shi Cheng is a city that unfortunately sank into a Qiandao lake in China. Many divers like to go and see what is left of the city.

Qiandao Lake, a man-made lake located in Chun'an County, Zhejiang Province, China, formed after the completion of the Xin'an River hydroelectric station in 1959. 1,078 large islands dot the lake and a few thousand smaller ones are scattered across it. The lake covers an area of 573 km2 and has a storage capacity of 17.8 km3. The islands in the lake cover about 86 km2. See at: http://www.chinatour.com/china-attractions.htm

Qiandao Lake, a man-made lake located in Chun'an County, Zhejiang Province, China, formed after the completion of the Xin'an River hydroelectric station in 1959. 1,078 large islands dot the lake and a few thousand smaller ones are scattered across it. The lake covers an area of 573 km2 and has a storage capacity of 17.8 km3. The islands in the lake cover about 86 km2. See at: http://www.chinatour.com/china-attractions.htm

Qiandao Lake, known for its clear, and sometimes drinkable water, is used to produce the renowned Nongfu Spring brand of mineral water. It is also home to lush forests (over 90%), and exotic islands. Its more popular attractions include Bird Island, Snake Island, Monkey Island, Lock Island (featuring supposedly the world's biggest lock), and the Island to Remind You of Your Childhood. See at: http://www.chinatour.com/hangzhou.htm

Qiandao Lake, known for its clear, and sometimes drinkable water, is used to produce the renowned Nongfu Spring brand of mineral water. It is also home to lush forests (over 90%), and exotic islands. Its more popular attractions include Bird Island, Snake Island, Monkey Island, Lock Island (featuring supposedly the world's biggest lock), and the Island to Remind You of Your Childhood. See at: http://www.chinatour.com/hangzhou.htm

Diving Qiandao Lake to see the Lion City. The coldest dive with no visibility in beautiful surroundings. China.

Diving Qiandao Hu, China

Diving Qiandao Lake to see the Lion City. The coldest dive with no visibility in beautiful surroundings. China.

Not more than 300 kilometers from the east coast of China, in Zhejiang province, sits Qiandao Lake.Known for its clear, sometimes drinkable water and manifold of lush, white sand islands, it is truly a picturesque place. But something far more special lies beneath its surface - the ancient city of Shicheng, or, as travelers like to call it, the "Atlantis of the East."

Not more than 300 kilometers from the east coast of China, in Zhejiang province, sits Qiandao Lake.Known for its clear, sometimes drinkable water and manifold of lush, white sand islands, it is truly a picturesque place. But something far more special lies beneath its surface - the ancient city of Shicheng, or, as travelers like to call it, the "Atlantis of the East."

Not more than 300 kilometers from the east coast of China, in Zhejiang province, sits Qiandao Lake.Known for its clear, sometimes drinkable water and manifold of lush, white sand islands, it is truly a picturesque place. But something far more special lies beneath its surface - the ancient city of Shicheng, or, as travelers like to call it, the "Atlantis of the East."

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Not more than 300 kilometers from the east coast of China, in Zhejiang province, sits Qiandao Lake.Known for its clear, sometimes drinkable water and manifold of lush, white sand islands, it is truly a picturesque place. But something far more special lies beneath its surface - the ancient city of Shicheng, or, as travelers like to call it, the "Atlantis of the East."

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