Divers from Finland have made an unexpected discovery while exploring the depths of the Baltic Sea, finding an incredibly well-preserved shipwreck dating back almost 400 years. Volunteer divers from the nonprofit Badewanne have previously come across 20th-century vessels sunk during the sea battles of World War 1 and World War 2. But finding a largely undamaged Dutch merchant vessel from the 17th century represented a unique find. It was found near the mouth of the Gulf of Finland, in the easternmost waters of the Baltic, at a depth of about 85 meters.
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