Sea abyss Attractions
In addition to beauty, located throughout the world, there are also underwater, a truly enchanting place, each of which annually attracts hundreds of divers, extreme. From ghost ships to underwater museums: the underwater sights are really worth your time.
The entire area is scattered a lot of Florida freshwater underwater caves that are open for research. But Ginny Springs stands out: to dive into the crystal clear waters that fill the cave to the vault, the tourists come from all over the world.
Museo Subacuático de Arte
This unique underwater museum for more than four hundred sculptures are on permanent display. Each of them is arranged in such a way as to create the necessary living space for marine flora and fauna. Visitors inspect MUSA exposure sailing boats.
Great Blue Hole
This perfectly round crater is located in the center of the atoll Lighthouse Reef, part of the Belize Barrier Reef. 305 meters in diameter and a depth exceeding 120 meters, make it a real attraction for divers, adventurers from around the world.
In the Great Lakes region were more than 6000 shipwrecks. Some of the wrecks are clearly visible in the shallow waters of Lake Huron, which is located in a national marine park.
Underwater Yonaguni Monument
A remarkable monument, hidden coastal waters of the Japanese island of Yonaguni, scientists discovered in 1986. Until now, this strange formation is the subject of much speculation and debate. The rock has a multi-level plane and straight edges, which gives it the shape of a kind of pyramid. Japanese Atlantis or a freak of nature?
If you ever dreamed to meet a real mermaid, the next vacation should be spent on Grand Cayman. One of the main attractions of the island - a statue of a mermaid, installed at a depth of about 6 meters.
All fall and winter Austrian Green Lake is a small, but very picturesque pond, around which lies many hiking trails. But when the snow from the surrounding mountains begins to melt, the water level increases, the lake increased in size so that the nearest park completely under water.
The only place on Earth where you can swim between the two continental plates. The crack of the Eurasian and North American plates is extended to 2 centimeters annually - a unique opportunity to touch base on our planet with their hands.
It was this cave, hidden in the Mexican outback, shooting for one of the episodes of Discovery Channel. It is ideal for diving: there are often assembled by experienced divers and daredevils, ready to take risks for the thrill.
Christ of the Abyss
Amazing statue of Christ the Savior, the people received the name "Christ of the Abyss", stands under the water off the coast of San Fruttozo Italian island. Upraised hands and a hard look, created by the refraction of light in water, give the statue quite sinister look.