Atlantic ocean: Ancient cities / Cuba building structures

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Readers will be aware of the discovery deep beneath the Yucatan Channel, off the coast of Guanahacabibes in western Cuba, of what is purportedly a lost city. Hi-tech sonar equipment aboard the ’Ulises’, a vessel owned by Canadian firm Advanced Digital Communications (ADC), detected a several-kilometer square area of what appear to be roads, pyramids and other building structures at a depth of 2,200 feet. Yet it was not until July 2001 that Paulina Zelitsky, the Russian-born leader of the expedition, got a chance to view the site first-hand.