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Heracleion Photos: Lost Egyptian City Revealed After 1,200 Years Under Sea

The Lost City of Heracleion: Lost Egyptian City Revealed After Years Under Sea. The ruins of the lost city were found 30 feet under the surface of the Mediterranean Sea in Aboukir Bay, near Alexandria.

The Heartstone of a shard is it's link and anchor in reality. Some shards have simple Heartstones, others have grown to become intricate and complex places (like the one shown here for the shard of Falcryst). Regardless of their appearance, they are the heart and essence of the shard, Without it, the shard - and all within it - collapse into oblivion. (Landscape Concept Art by Ming Fan | Cuded via PinCG.com)

Landscape Concept Art by Ming Fan

This statue was discovered in the lost city of... -                                         Museum of artifacts

This statue was discovered in the lost city of Thonis-Heracleion, once one of Egypt’s most important commercial centres for trade with the Mediterranean world. Known as ‘the Dark Queen’, this statue probably depicts the Ptolemaic queen Cleopatra III.

The Lost City of the Incas, Machu Picchu, Peru (by Marc Shandro).

The Lost City of the Incas, Machu Picchu, Peru (by Marc Shandro), discovered by Hiram Bingham III.

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