“In this area alone, we have found 20 rooms. There is still so much to discover, but it is a job that will take years. “It was incredible,” said archaeologist Gallochio, who manages the undersea park in Italy.
As a country surrounded on three out of four sides by water, in the smack-middle of the Mediterranean and the trading routes that its dozens of civilizations have used throughout the centuries, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that a part of Italy’s massive cultural heritage lies at the bottom of the sea.
Climate change is getting worse day by day. If this situation continues further, many nations will go underwater gradually like Italy’s town Baiae.
Who knows after a few years, your city will go underwater and your future generations will find it under the sea?
Before those deadly hazards, you should start pointing out the reasons for pollutions and take necessary steps to reduce the pollution of our environment.
Let’s see how the Underwater Archaeological Park of Baia looks.