Underneath the water in the China’s Qiandao Lake lies a concealed fortune. The antiquated city of Shi Cheng (otherwise called Lion City), situated in the territory of Zhejiang, has been submerged
for a long time. Much like the Machu Picchu ruins in Peru, this submerged city stayed overlooked until some re-established interest lead to its rediscovery. After the underlying discoveries,
worldwide archaeologists and a film group recorded the safeguarding of the lost vestiges. Taking a gander at surface of the lake, dabbed with more than thousand islands, you’d never realize that a
whole city was beneath.