Underwater heritage in the Baltic sea: new visiting rules

Good news for those interested in underwater heritage: it is planned to introduce official rules for the visiting of sunken ships in the Baltic sea. This means that tourist groups will be able to attend the underwater heritage!

Not only warships from the XX century are hidden in the Baltic sea, but also fragments of wooden sailboats from the XVII – XVIII centuries. At the moment, seventeen sunken ships are registered in the Cultural Heritage Register, but more than one hundred unregistered ships have been found…

Read more about it in an article (in Lithuanian) from “Lietuvos žinios” published in “Vakarų ekspresas” HERE

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