Everyone will be able to see the sunken ship as part of an underwater excursion.
In Egypt tourists will see the wreckage of an ancient shipwreck
Islam Salim, head of Egypt's central authority for underwater antiquities, announced about conducting excursions to the place of discovery of the wreckage of a merchant ship that sank in the Mediterranean Sea in the 3rd century BC.
After the survey and study process is completed, excursions will be organized at the place of discovery of the ship in glass-bottomed submarines.
Last weekend archaeologists-divers reported that they found the wreckage of a sunken merchant ship in the Mediterranean Sea near the Egyptian city of El Alamein, dated to the 3rd century BC.
Islam Saleem explained that in in accordance with an agreement between Egypt and UNESCO, underwater finds must remain in place, except in situations where they may be damaged or lost.