Atlantis found on Google Earth?
by Administrator on 24 February 2009EN
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Is this pattern the sunken city Atlantis? No! The official explanation for the strange markings in Google Ocean can be found at this weblink.
The content overlaid onto this map was created with a third-party-application!
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