On Europe, a new museum is being built off , the location, its UNDERWATER near Spain’s Lanzarote island. It is the creation of artist Jason de Caires Taylor, ghostly underwater figures that have been exhibited in similar areas all over the world, including Grenada, the West Indies, Nassau, Bahamas, and Cancun, Mexico.
Lanzarote’s Las Coloradas Bay, a UNESCO’s biosphere reserve, is the place where more than 300 statues are bein located , from 12 to 15 meters underwater where divers and snorkelers of all skill levels can view them.
This Statues are made of a environmentally-friendly concrete that would not effect the marine ecosystem, Taking up an area of 50×50 meters, some of the Lanzarote sculptures represent local residents and recreate scenes from their every day life there, sitting idly in front on their TV sets or taking selfies, photo-bombed by the fish swimming past.
To find out more of this Underwater Museum please visit this Site.