The underwater is fascinating and mysterious. The oceans are home to many species and not only that but many ruins. They have become a part of the marine ecosystem and there is a list of ruins that you didn’t know about.
It was considered as one of the most popular getaways in the Roman Empire. The visitors used to spend their time relaxing in the town’s natural hot springs. Now, Baia has an archaeological park, which is half submerged and a half above water.
Thunder Bay, Michigan
The ocean has a graveyard of ships submerged under water. Thunder Bay is situated on the Northwestern shores of Lake Huron and it hosts about 800 shipwrecks. Tourists and divers can explore these ruins, either by diving in or experiencing it through a glass-bottomed boat cruise.
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The Neolithic village Atlit-yam lies eight metres below the Mediterranean Sea. This underwater preserved village dates back to between 6900 and 6300 BC. The cause of submersion is yet unknown.