MP3: Sunken Treasures

29.11.2013

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Sunken Treasures MP3

Diving for buried treasure no longer the story of fairy tales – with over 17,000 shipwrecks recorded in Irish waters, do we think about what lies beneath these seas? Source: rte.ie

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