In The 1920s Workers Discovered The Sunken Remains Of A Lost Roman Atlantis

At an Italian port in the Bay of Naples, construction on a wider dock is underway. But as workers build on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, they begin to discover something incredible buried beneath the waves…

Image: Kleuske
Image: Kleuske

The first evidence of a lost underwater city off the western coast of Italy emerged in the 1920s. Fishermen from Naples began discovering strange, ancient artifacts caught up in their fishing nets; and eventually, they would alert archaeologists to their finds.

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