Cyprus showcases ancient undersea harbor to draw tourists

Cyprus Antiquities Department official Yiannis Violaris snorkels over submerged stone remains of the ancient harbor next of Amathus ancient city, in the eastern Mediterranean island of Cyprus, on Thursday, July 1, 2021. Lying just a few feet underwater a mere 200 feet off the coastline near the resort town of Limassol, this 2,400 year-old harbor said to be built Alexander the Great's successors will soon be Cyprus' newest tourist attraction where adventurous holidaymakers could snorkel over its submerged stone remains.