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  1. Tony
    October 10, 2018 @ 8:40 pm

    Fabulous. I love these and hope to see as many of these for myself as possible. I have read about a few more too btw.

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    • dankiteski
      October 11, 2018 @ 6:38 pm

      Thanks, Tony. I’m glad you liked it 🙂

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  2. Umiko
    November 18, 2018 @ 8:45 pm

    I can’t believe the number of modern-Atlantis around the world. The most fascinating one for me is The Yonaguni Pyramid in Japan whether it’s man-made or not. It’s sad to read about Villa Epecuen in Argentina though. I think because it happened not too long ago.

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    • dankiteski
      November 19, 2018 @ 11:22 am

      Thank you Umiko, I’m glad to hear you liked the article.

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  3. Annick
    November 19, 2018 @ 1:56 am

    There are so many underwater cities. It’s surprising how many of these were created on purpose by flooding when dams were created. Jal Mahal in India is fascinating since you can visit it when the waters only cover the bottom floors.

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    • dankiteski
      November 19, 2018 @ 11:23 am

      There sure are, Annick. And yes, the Jal Mahal is absolutely fascinating.

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  4. Yukti
    November 19, 2018 @ 5:15 am

    I loved the list of underwater cities and great to know about them, as Legend of Atlantis is always interesting for me. I was knowing about Dwarka and visited many times but it is great that it existed 7500 BCE. I never knew about Jal Mahal’s first four floors were flooded and sometimes when the water level is higher then the only rooftop can be seen. Thanks for sharing a very interesting post.

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    • dankiteski
      November 19, 2018 @ 5:49 pm

      Thank you, Yukti- I’m glad you enjoyed this post 🙂

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  5. Kavita Favelle
    November 19, 2018 @ 8:48 am

    Of course I have heard the legends of Atlantis. But how exciting to read about some real life underwater cities! All of them are intriguing but it’s especially exciting that the ruins of Cleopatra’s Palace might one day be open to visitors.

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    • dankiteski
      November 19, 2018 @ 11:23 am

      Thank you, Kavita. I’m glad you liked it. I hope Cleopatra’s flooded palace will soon be opened for visitors too 🙂

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  6. Bhushavali N
    November 20, 2018 @ 12:27 am

    Whoa! This is a rather unusual concept to travel! I’m super glad to see that there are 2 sites from my country, India!
    Yes, when they first discovered the 7500BCE artefact in Dwarka, it made major headlines in the art / history/ archaeology communities.
    I really hope the excavations there resume and more information is unearthed!

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