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by Archaeology Newsroom

Discovering a sunken town

In the Corinthian Gulf and in the area of Aegeion, the diver Alexis Papadopoulos has discovered a sunken town. It lies at a depth of 25 – 45 m. and exhibits walls, fallen roofs, discarded roof tiles, streets etc. Whether or not this town can be identified with Eliki, is a question to be answered by extensive uinderwater research. In any case, the discovery of this town can be regarded as an extremely interesting find.