While surfing on Google Earth, a YouTube blogger, with the nickname MrMBB333, discovered what looked like a sunken ancient city off the coast of Los Angeles, California.
The video of the satellite images showing the curious site was posted on his channel.
He was attracted by the geometrically correct shape of the ‘city’ not far from the coast. The length of this settlement is about 1.6 kilometres, and its width is slightly less than a kilometre.
According to the blogger, the city was built on the principle of ancient European structures, for instance, an ancient Roman castle, which had a similar geometric shape and was surrounded by walls.
The discovered ‘city’ is located at a depth of 30 metres at a distance of just under 2.5 kilometres from the coast.