Fascinating images, recently published in the online environment, depicting the remains of a 500-year-old ship, "surprisingly well preserved" at the bottom of the Baltic Sea, writes mirror.co.uk
Scientists say the ship looks "as if it sank yesterday", although it actually dates back to the late 15th or early fifteenth century, informs mirror.co.uk 
Wreck was discovered in the Baltic Sea, close to Sweden, and incredibly found the dives piles, pillars and even a large part of completely intact ropes
The group of international researchers used robots underwater to explore the discovery
Dr. Pacheco-Ruiz, a marine archaeologist who spent more than ten years exploring and mapping sea areas, "the ship is modern with personalities such as Christopher Columbus and Leonardo Da Vinci." In addition, the ship shows a remarkable conservation level after 500 years spent on the seabed due to the low temperatures that characterize the Baltic
But and the origin of the Renaissance vessel has not yet been thought. Scientists have called it Okant Ship, which means "Unknown ship."
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