Images from Cuban Deep Water Megalithic Site

Original high resolution sidescan sonar received by the EXPLORAMAR expedition in 2000 directed by Paulina Zelitsky and Paul Weinzweig, Owners, Advanced Digital Communications (ADC) of Victoria, British Columbia and Havana, Cuba. Image © 2000 by ADC and used with permission.
Original high resolution sidescan sonar received by the EXPLORAMAR expedition in 2000 directed by Paulina Zelitsky and Paul Weinzweig, Owners, Advanced Digital Communications (ADC) of Victoria, British Columbia and Havana, Cuba. Image © 2000 by ADC and used with permission.

December 28, 2001  Havana, Cuba - This past May, Reuters News Service carried an international story about the discovery of unusual structures at 2,200 feet below Cuba's western tip. The ocean engineer who found the structures is Paulina Zelitsky who is a partner with her husband, Paul Weinzweig, in a Canadian company called Advanced Digital Communications, or ADC, with offices in both Victoria, British Columbia and Havana, Cuba. Their specialty is deep ocean exploration. Paulina told Reuters that she had high resolution sidescan sonar images of "a huge land plateau with clear images of what appears to be manmade large-size architectural designs partly covered by sand. From above, the shapes resemble pyramids, roads and buildings."

 

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