It's like exploring Atlantis as this diver swims past underwater ruins once used as mills. You can still make out the windows and doors of the sunken buildings which date back to the Middle Ages.
The impressive stone structures were once two mills and a factory built near the waterways, a 10 metre deep mini-Atlantis, in Capo D'Acqua, Abruzzo, Italy. But when a reservoir was created in the area in the mid 1960's, the buildings were flooded and submerged. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS.
Pictured: The walls of the underwater mills.
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