The Mysterious Cape Emine in Bulgaria, where Ancient Legends are still Alive Today

Cape Emine is a rock nose on the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria. It is among our most scenic natural landmarks in our country. Represents an almost 60-meter-long wall. In clear and sunny weather, however, the nose is amazingly beautiful and majestic. From its crown is visible all of our coastline, dotted with bays and rocky noses, and to the north stands Galata cape.

Ancient shipwreck to be made accessible to divers in Greece

Near the northern Greek island of Alonissos lies a remarkable ancient shipwreck: the remains of a massive cargo ship that changed archaeologists' understanding of shipbuilding in antiquity.

Now this spectacular find is to become the first ancient shipwreck to be made accessible to the public in Greece, including to recreational divers.

Fifth century wreck opened to the public

A diver explores a 5th century shipwreck off the coast of the islet of Peristera near Alonissos in the northern Sporades, where archaeologists discovered dozens of ancient amphorae. This wreck, along with another three locations in the Pagasetic Gulf, will form Thessaly's first underwater archaeological site, as part of the EU-backed BlueMed initiative.

Antikythera Wreck | Piraeus | To March 18

"Antikythera Wreck: The Adventure Continues," on show at the Aikaterini Laskaridis Foundation in Piraeus through March 18, comprises new discoveries made at the underwater archaeological excavation of this important ancient shipwreck. The artifacts are displayed immersed in water tanks as they undergo desalination, while the show also includes discoveries from previous excavations.