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Pulling Up Shipwreck

Credit: National Maritime Museum, Gdańsk
A 200-year-old stoneware bottle has been pulled up from a sailing shipwreck in the Gulf of Gdańsk, a bay in the Baltic Sea named after Gdansk, a port city…Read More »





in Poland. Scientists have found traces of what may be gin inside the bottle and say it's actually drinkable. Here, workers pull up parts of the shipwreck from the Gulf. [Read full story]   Less «
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