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Remnants of Peter the Great's Ship Found by Divers in Caspian Sea
7.10.2016 18:49
Remnants of Peter the Great's Ship Found by Divers in Caspian Sea

An anchor-like object has been found  at the bottom of the Caspian Sea in Derbent.

      Participants of the Kazan expedition of the Russian Geographical Society (RGS) are looking for sunken ships of the fleet of Peter I.

      Besides the anchor they have found a hollow cylinder which can be a part of the ship's naval gun.

      About 20 people are participating in the expedition to the North Caucasus. It aims at finding sunken ships of Peter I's fleet, which have not been searched earlier.



Author: Vera Ivanova


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