Thursday, 30 March 2017

Underwater Unknown Ancient Civilization Discovered In Cuba

A team of explorers working off the western coastline of Cuba say they have uncovered what they think are the remains of a submerged ancient city built thousands of years ago.
Researchers from a Canadian company used superior sonar equipment to find and film stone buildings more than 2,500 below the sea's surface.


They still do not know the exact nature of their discovery, and in January. plan to get started on an intensive analysis of the site in Guanahacabibes, Peninsula.

Advanced Digital Communications is one of four organizations working in a joint opportunity with President Fidel Castro's government to explore Cuban waters, which hold hundreds of treasure-laden ships from the Spanish colonial period.

The pioneers initially recognized the submerged city a year ago, when examining hardware began to deliver pictures of symmetrically sorted out stone structures reminiscent of a urban advancement.

In July, the scientists came back to the site with a high-tech robot prepared for advanced underwater filming. The pictures the robot brought back confirmed the gigantic, smooth pieces with the presence of cut stone.

A portion of the pieces were pyramid shapes, others were round, scientists said.
They believe these developments could have been assembled over 6,000 years prior, a date which goes back considerable before pyramids of Egypt by 1,500 years.