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14 Jun

8 Cities Completely Submerged Underwater

Throughout history, civilizations have gravitated towards bodies of water, but what happens when these waters reclaim the land? Over the centuries, many cities worldwide have found themselves submerged due to natural disasters, rising sea levels, or intentional flooding for dam projects. These sunken cities serve as poignant reminders of nature's immense power. Here are eight cities that now lie completely underwater. Heracleion, EgyptOnce a bustling port city at the mouth of the Nile River, Heracleion thrived as a major trade center in ancient Egypt. However, natural catastrophes and rising sea levels...