The Lost Atlantis found?

Participants in the International Underwater Photography Competition hosted on the north Aegean island of Thassos by the Greek marine photography center (PKYFET) were astonished by the ancient ruins they discovered and photographed at the bottom of the sea that are likely to change the island's history. 

According to the center's president, a special diving expedition should take place, maintaining that the ruins of an entire ancient city were discovered at the bottom of the sea, 5 miles south of the island, adding that this could be the lost Atlantis. The photographers participating in the competition also stated that they were impressed by an underwater warm fresh water spring and the variety of marine life.

The photography competition was completed earlier this month.