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More diving jewels for Larnaca’s seabed
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Melissa Hekkers went on board to see the sinking of 60 amphorae
By 10am the boat that was driving us to our meeting point was anchored in place. At about one kilometre off the shore of Larnaca and approximately at the height of the Palm Beach hotel, we swayed with the waves within Larnaca’s Marine Protected Area (MPA).
Established in 2020 by the Department of Fisheries, the protected area nowadays hosts one of the island’s most newly formed artificial reefs, where two vessels were ….. Read More On: Cyprus Mail

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