Spanish Armada Claims Deep-Sea Treasure

Friday, October 08, 2010

According to a report from Guardian News, Spain has sent an armada into waters around its coasts to seek out hundreds of shipwrecks in an attempt to head off a U.S. marine exploration firm accused of plundering Spanish property from the seabed. Over the past month, more than 100 suspected shipwrecks have been located by the Spanish navy in the Gulf of Cádiz, considered one of the world's richest hunting grounds for underwater treasure.

(Source: Guardian News)
 

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