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Blockbuster exhibition to feature objects from two lost cities at mouth of the Nile uncovered by underwater archaeologists

Sunken treasures from ancient Egypt heading to British Museum

Blockbuster exhibition to feature objects from two lost cities at mouth of the Nile uncovered by underwater archaeologists

As cidades submersas na China

As cidades submersas na China

An entire drowned city has become the world's most mind-boggling scuba-diving attraction. Consider booking a trip to Qiandao Lake, China, where you can wreck-dive a old flooded metropolis.

In 1985, archaeologists discovered a “train graveyard” off the coast of New Jersey, with locomotives and train cars dating back to the 1850’s. Not surprised New Jersey would waste them… Read more at: http://dailydi.sh/Pfexr

9 Weird Things That Have Been Found Underwater You'd think that underwater there would be only fish, and maybe an occasional old, sunken ship. Well, there are many crazy things you wouldn't expect to find, but they're there alright!

Photo by Li Weidong

Rare 'Magic Rabbit' Is Sighted for the First Time in 20 Years

Cleopatra's underwater palace, Egypt.  Sunken City of Hyraklion discovered a year ago off of Alexandria.

Hoax: Shared as “Cleopatra’s Underwater Palace, Egypt”, this photo has in fact been taken at the Neptune Memorial Reef, in Florida, United States. This underwater mausoleum opened in some 2037 years after the end of Cleopatra’s reign.

A Chinese city, left to ruin after a dam flooded the valley it lay in, has become a paradise for divers, after an ingenious idea from a local tourist office

LOOK: 12 Spectacular Shots Of China's Bizarre Underwater City

Lost Underwater Lion City: Rediscovery of China’s ‘Atlantis’ - More than half a century ago, the Chinese flooded Lion City, also called Shi Cheng. Recently Shi Cheng was explored by archaeologists who dubbed ‘Lion City’ as China’s ‘Atlantis rediscovered.

Cancun underwater museum off the coast of Isle de Mujeres & Cancun Mexico

Jason Decaires Taylor Underwater sculptures , in Grenada, in honor of African Ancestors who were thrown overboard the slave ships during the Middle Passage of the African Holocaust

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