Even if it is more difficult to get into deep waters to visit cities, monuments or even submerged prisons, there are several such places can be admired. Here are just some of them truly spectacular.
Lion City, China At about 30 meters deep in Lake Qiandao Chinese, is drowned millennial city of Leo, which was intentionally flooded by the Chinese government in 1959 to build a hydropower. Towns submerged in Lake Reschen, Italy Lake Reschen, located in Northern Italy, is “decorated” with a turn of the century XIV rising from the water. Most buildings in the two cities, Graun and Reschen were destroyed before the area to be flooded on purpose, but the historic church tower lasted – and he can be reached even when the lake freezes then went in winter.
Potosí, Venezuela After being flooded deliberately, in 1985, to build a hydroelectric city Potosí reappeared to public attention in 2008 when a severe drought hit Venezuela and you began to see more of the facade of the Gothic church of the city .
Underwater Prison Rummu, Estonia If you want to enjoy a day of swimming and discover a Soviet prison in 1930 possible. Rummu prison was near a mine that provided working prisoners. When the prison was finally closed, the mine was converted into a lagoon which now attracts adventure enthusiasts and scuba diving. Submerged parts of the prison include fences, furniture and claustrophobic rooms with barred windows.
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