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This underwater sight is Parco Archaeologico Sommerso di Baia in Pozzuoli, Italy. It's just 30 minutes west of Naples and submerged five - 30 feet underwater.

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This underwater sight is Parco Archaeologico Sommerso di Baia in Pozzuoli. It's just 30 minutes west of Naples and submerged five - 30 feet underwater. It is both easy diving, and amazing as well.

Underwater Archaeology at Baiae, Naples, Italy. Diving the Ruins of Baiae, Naples, this is something I must do before I die!

Underwater Archaeology - Diving the Ruins at Baiae, Naples, Italy . excellent article by Allie Boler

Ancient Underwater city Baiae, Naples from Caligula's reign

Big Blue: 7 Secret Underwater Cities you never knew Existed - Baia, Italy from the sky

The Underwater Archaeological Park of Baiae, Italy:The Sunken City of Baia, Italy. It was a Roman seaside resort on the Bay of Naples. Baiae was sacked by Muslim raiders in the 8th century CE and was deserted because of malaria by 1500.

The Underwater Archaeological Park of Baiae, Italy: The Sunken City of Baia, Italy. It was a Roman seaside resort on the Bay of Naples. Baiae was sacked by Muslim raiders in the century CE and was deserted because of malaria by

Bay of Cambay, India    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. The discovery astounded scientists because it predates all other finds in the area by 5,000 years

The Amazing Sunken Cities Of The Ancient World

Bay of Cambay, India -Krishna's lost city of Dwaraka found. The discovery astounded scientists because it predates all other finds in the area by years, suggesting a much longer history of the civilization than was first assumed.

Sunken City of Baia (Italy) - Baia was the Monte Carlo of Ancient Rome. From 1500 the town was abandoned and drowned due to volcanic activity in the area. However, you can still explore this city by diving. - Want to discover more hidden gems in Europe? A

Sunken City of Baia (Italy) - Baia was the Monte Carlo of Ancient Rome. From 1500 the town was abandoned and drowned due to volcanic activity in the area. However, you can still explore this city by diving. - Want to discover more hidden gems in Europe?

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