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  1. 13 Mysterious Statues You Can Only See Underwater 13 Mysterious Statues You Can Only See Underwater: There are many natural wonders in the vast oceans. They are also home to some amazing man-made wonders. Statues throughout the world have been drowned in the oceans for various reasons whether in the form of a memorial, or to offer protection to a delicate marine environment, or simply asart.

  2. Via:sevenwesttravelclub.com.au These sculptures are now decorated with colored algae and some of the mysterious statues have become tourist destinations in their own right. Mysterious Statues: Meet a womanunderwater 1. Amphitrite statue off GrandCayman

  3. Via:greatbigcanvas.com Keith Sahm, general manager of Sunset House Resort, says “She has two parts that are shinier than anywhereelse.” This is a 272kg mermaid statue 50m offshore from the property on the island’s southwestpoint. You’ll find her at 15m of depth which is in the easy swimming reach of divers and snorkelersalike. Mysterious Statues: Watch out for theguards 2. Guardian of the Reef statue off GrandCayman

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  5. It brings luck to put a smooch on the Guardian of the Reef - or says Nancy Easterbrook, who drowned merman in the front yard of her Grand Cayman scuba shop,Divetech. Easterbrook also explained that the same sculptor who made the Guardian prepared a mermaid at SunsetHouse. She says, "They are like brothers and sisters," and she thinks they communicate under the water like dolphins." Mysterious Statues: Explore An underwater museum

  6. Via:redbull.com Via:underwatersculpture.com 3. Museo Subacuatico de Arte or MUSA off Cancun, Mexico Via:acrediteounao.com Jason deCaires Taylor, the creator of 500 life-size sculptures that includes this underwater installation off Cancun, Isla Mujeres and Punta Nizuc, Mexico,says - "It’s sheer happiness and looks magnificent when sunrays fire up all thecolors of the sponge growing on the mysterious statues.”

  7. For the magnified experience, Taylor advises the audience to learn scubadive. As per his saying, "You want to take a step back and see the whole establishment/installation; The beauty of being a diver and then seeing that, looks like a 3Dworld. Mysterious Statues: Meet The Biggest Underwater StatueEver 4. Ocean Atlas off New Providence,Bahamas

  8. Via:thisiscolossal.com The credit of the world's largest underwater statue also goes to the Taylor, the mind and chisel behind OceanAtlas. The statue of 60 ton signifies the greater need for ocean conservation, which is placed at a site in immediate need ofreformation.

  9. "Coral reefs have a refinery around the leaking corner," he says. "Visitors come and see oil, so yes, it’ been great to put some pressure on therefinery." 5. Christ of the Abyss, Italian Riviera,Portofino Via:viaggiamo.it It’s the place where first Italian diver Dario Gonzatti lost his life scuba diving in 1947. Now, there stands a 2.5m bronze Christ, created by Italian sculptor Guido Galletti. It’s 10m under the surface, popular among freedivers and scuba divers who wish to pay tribute to those who have taken their last breaths in thesea. Or See the Other underwaterJesus

  10. Via:blogspot.com 6. Christ of the Abyss off Key Largo,Florida Via:thumbs.mic.com Grenada Famous sculpturepark: Galette's mold produced three figures: The first is mentioned above of Italian Riviera; the second is contained in Grenada, which awarded the Italian team who drowned in the tragic 1961 sinking of M.V. Bianca C passenger ship.

  11. The third one you’ll find in John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, 8m deep off KeyLargo. Via:captainpips.com Its GPS coordinates are widely published, making this site one of the most widely viewed water attractions of the planet. Just ask a local with a GoPro (tools used for water diving) andfins. 7. Underwater grotto, Bohol,Philippines Via:airmaria.com

  12. Started as an initiative to stop illegal fishing practices - such as the use of dynamite and cyanide - which resulted in a destination for underwater pilgrimage. In 2010, the Virgin Mary and young Jesus' 4-meter tall representation were immersed in the Bien Unido Double Barrier Reef Marine Park offBohol. Mysterious Statues: Check Out A MysteryCity 8. Yonaguni in the Ryukyu Islands ofJapan Via:booksfact.com As if now, it’s a mystery as to what created the Asian Atlantis. This sequence of sandstone formations off Okinawa, Japan, has too many right angles, terraced structures, pillars, and other features, making it the wonder of MotherNature. Yet, the question is, if manmade, how did it end up 5munderwater? Mysterious Statues: Check Out Hollywood History 9. Fake moai, Easter Island,Chile

  13. Via:discovermagazine.com How Easter Island moai - unemotional-face 7m tall monoliths -came to exist can behaunting. Via:wordpress.com It is not like single statue underwater. This is not an ancient wonder, but instead, a failed effort by Kevin Costner flick, Rapa-Nui, who is responsible for this face, is now located above the corals for divers tomarvel.

  14. 10. Heracleion and Canopus Statues, Abu Qir Bay,Egypt Via:franckgoddio.org The cities of Heracleion and Canopus once protected the entrance of ancient Egypt and during the Trojan War, which may have been connected with such notorious historical figures as King Menelaus ofSparta. The remains of these ancient cities are found deep underwater allowing many stone statues and sculptures to hold much of their formerglory. These scary underwater statues, some describing stately pharaohs in the classic style of ancient Egyptian, and the ruined temples and residences that once surrounded them were long thought to be made by legend. 11. The Living Sculptures,Bali

  15. " Via:urbanghostsmedia.com Also Read: Explore The Ancient Ruins In Ayutthaya, Thailand, Home Of The Famous Buddha In A BanyanTree Bali has made its own collection of conservation arts, which is slowly and slowly becoming part of greater coral reefs of thearea. This ecological interruption strategy has been applied alongside many Living Sculptures on the banks of Bali, surrounded by reefs, which are there changing constantly and lying in wait to surprise and fascinatedivers. The figures of traditional Balinese are narrowly prepared and are stored in the collections of underwater artworks created from unlikely found objects like bicycles. These amazing underwater sculptures have been created by several artists to help, support, and create awareness of the struggle of coral reefs to survive among human pollution anddestruction. 12. Port Royal,Jamaica Via:ytimg.com

  16. Port Royal was once known as "the evil city on earth" (its excessive piracy, prostitution, and alcoholconsumption). After the earthquake in 1692, part of Port Royal was immersed. The debris scattered in Kingston Harbor, and presently, the ruins of the city include 13 acres of land in a depth of 40feet. The site's archaeological investigation began in 1981, led by the Nautical Archaeology Program of Texas A&MUniversity. 13. Cleopatra’s Kingdom, Alexandria,Egypt Via:juniorsclub.gr As per historians, these immersed ancient remains are thought to be the Royal Quarters of Cleopatra that was pushed into the sea by earthquakes and tidal waves, 1,600 yearsago. The statues at the ancient site include representations of animals including lions and ancient Egyptianiconography. This spectacular ancient palace is a source of everything ranging from domestic pottery and tiny personal artifacts to the remnants of giant sphinxes, pillars and towers frozen in time. This place is a pure interest of archaeologists desires to uncover the submerged treasures from Cleopatra’s ancient lostpalace.

  17. The incredible submerged palace is very well preserved and by this the city of Alexandria is planning to offer tours and its underwater mysterious statues and other ruins. Also Read: 18 Fascinating Lost Cities Of The Ancients That Were Rediscovered