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Divers flock to Turkish Mediterranean to observe ancient amphorae

Divers flock to Turkish Mediterranean to observe ancient amphorae

Mutullah Yardimci, a Turkish  diver and archeologist has stated that “Most visitors to Kaş want to go diving in the shipwrecks.”

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One of Turkey’s most important diving centers, Neptune Bay which is located in the town of Kaş in Antalya, is known as the home to hundreds of millennia-old amphorae, the mainstay storage and shipping jars of the ancient world.

"Kaş is a good place for shipwreck diving," Mutullah Yardimci said. “The amphorae at the Neptune diving points are about 2,000 years old and carry the traces of various civilizations.”

Diving lovers from all over the world come to Turkey to enjoy some of the world's best free-diving centers and unique underwater activities.The Kaş underwater activities center, co-founded by the World Confederation of Underwater Activities (CMAS) and Turkish Underwater Sports Federation (TSSF), is considered one of the world’s best.

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