Greek island Alonissos is home to the country’s first underwater museum: a 2,500-year-old shipwreck. Photo: Getty Images Greek island Alonissos is home to the country’s first underwater museum: a 2,500-year-old shipwreck. Photo: Getty Images
Greek island Alonissos is home to the country’s first underwater museum: a 2,500-year-old shipwreck. Photo: Getty Images
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Greece opens first underwater museum, a shipwreck 2,500 years old with 4,000 wine jars that’s open to experienced scuba divers

  • Scuba divers are paying US$110 to visit an ancient shipwreck off the island of Alonissos in a marine reserve in the Aegean Sea
  • It is the first of a number of proposed dive sites in the area intended to attract high-paying tourists

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Greek island Alonissos is home to the country’s first underwater museum: a 2,500-year-old shipwreck. Photo: Getty Images Greek island Alonissos is home to the country’s first underwater museum: a 2,500-year-old shipwreck. Photo: Getty Images
Greek island Alonissos is home to the country’s first underwater museum: a 2,500-year-old shipwreck. Photo: Getty Images
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