Underwater Egyptian City of Mystery on Exhibit

The statues of the pharaohs were discovered in the sunken ancient Egyptian city of Thonis-Heracleion in 2002, off the northern Egyptian coast. Experts say the city, probably founded around the 8th century BC, was the obligatory port of entry for all ships coming from the Greek world. The underwater city was discovered by French archeologist Frank Goddio.

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