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5 things you need to know about the Atlantic’s first underwater art museum

5 things you need to know about the Atlantic’s first underwater art museum

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It is the brainchild of British sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor

The striking museum is the latest in a succession of water installations by British sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor. He created the first underwater sculpture park in 2006 off the coast of Grenada, which is now listed among National Geographic’s 25 Wonders of the World. In 2009 he went on to co-found Museo Subacuático de Arte off the coast of Cancún in Mexico, which has a collection of more than 500 of his underwater works. Last year he created the The Rising Tide in the River Thames in London.

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