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Plato Treasure Map Leads Atlantis Hunter to Cyprus
Posted on Saturday, 1 November, 2003 |
Image credit: Lloyd K. Townsend
Some say it is in the Aegean, others in the Azores, off the Celtic Ridge of Britain or even as far as the South China Sea, but an American researcher says everyone has been looking in the wrong place.
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