The Helike Delta, viewed toward the southeast, with the Gulf of Corinth at left. - Strabo, in his Geography, makes the first accurate description of an earthquake. He writes of a city named Achaea (now thought to be Helice), which fell into the Gulf of Corinth as the result of earthquake-caused subsidence or slumping in 373 B.C. Animals, including rats, snakes and weasels, were said to have deserted the city in droves just a few days prior to the devasting quake.
Boat Hotel, Cocoa Island, Maldives
Port Royal, Jamaica
Caesarea – A City Built by Hadrian. Another renowned sunken port, this one built by the Romans on the coast of Isreal. Cool.