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Amazing legends of Atlantis captured by waters of the oceans are known to everyone since childhood. About 50 years ago they have been considered pure fantasies. Marine archaeology began to develop quite recently, and to surprise of many scientific minds it gave incredible results. Old submerged towns have been discovered in various parts of the world, and pictures of flooded cities with their majestic buildings hit the whole world. The study of the deep sea doesn’t stop for a minute. Today many underwater archaeological areas are available for inspection by divers. By rough estimate, scientists have discovered the ruins of 500 flooded towns during the last 50 years; the age of some of them is up to 10, 000 years. Each flooded city is not just a part of the history pushed under water, but also a clear evidence of one of the greatest theories about prehistoric empires.
Futuristic skyscrapers are important landmarks of many modern cities. They have always attracted huge interest of tourists. These beautiful buildings house the most prestigious hotels, restaurants and shops; comfortable viewing platforms are equipped for visitors on top of some skyscrapers. Visit to modern monuments can give no less experience than exploring historic sites, as each skyscraper is unique and has a lot of interesting features. In this review we will focus on the highest and the most famous skyscrapers of the planet, which annually attract thousands of curious tourists and never cease to amaze them with impeccable look.

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