Underwater Landscape Unveiled in Céspedes Park, Santiago de Cuba

Santiago de Cuba, Apr 18 (Prensa Latina) The sunken treasures of the bay Santiago de Cuba, are now visible through the photographic exhibition An Immersion in History, with pieces from the archaeological underwater park Naval Battle of Santiago de Cuba 1898. In the central park Céspedes, heart of the city, are exhibited those impressive images captured mainly by photographers Vicente González Díaz and Vicente González Portuondo in the depths of the coast of Santiago.

The huge pictures attract the attention of the habitual passers-by and visitors, who are ‘visibly submerged’ in the funds of the battleships Christopher Columbus, Admiral Oquendo and Vizcaya, the destroyers Furor and Pluto, the U.S. coal ship Merimac and the wreck SCOW.

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