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Underwater park in Austria

Underwater park in Austria - Grüner See (Green Lake) near the town of Tragöß, Austria. During winter, the lake is meters deep, but fills to a depth of 12 meters when spring introduces snowmelt.

Artist Jason deCaires Taylor has created a series of sculptural installations that inhabit the ocean floor

Underwater art is a very interesting idea, I would love to go see something like this. It mixes ocean objects and land objects together

If you head straight for the deep end at your local swimming pool, the curiously named Y-40 Deep Joy pool in Italy is probably right up your street. Not for the faint-hearted, the pool reaches a depth of 130ft, equivalent to the height of a 14-storey building, and is the deepest indoor swimming pool in the world; holding a staggering 4300 cubic metres of water.

The Deep Joy pool reaches a depth of equivalent to the height of a building, and is the deepest indoor swimming pool in the world; holding a staggering 4300 cubic metres of water.

Upright Shipwreck at Nono Lagoon, Solomon Islands. This tuna boat ran into the reef then slid down the drop-off until it came to rest upright on a deep ledge.By: Liz Harlin