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The sinking of Elpida off the coast of Oroklini in Larnaca

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Elpida was intentionally sunk off the coast of Oroklini in Larnaca to form part of an artificial reef.

We were here at Pissouri Bay Divers to witness the sinking on December 7, 2019. And he was one of the first diving centers to discover her on December 8, 2019. :)
 

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