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Underwater | Sculpture Park

Underwater sculpture park is being created by a Mexico-based British sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor, which covers over 4520 Square feet of Sculptures, Which will make it one of the largest and most ambitious underwater attractions in the world. This Underwater water museum has more than 400 permanent installed sculptures, as a part of a major artwork called "The Silent Evolution", this water park is located in the National Marine park of Cancun, Mexico.  

Heavenly Plea
Deep in Thought

Blowing Bubbles
Lucky Sculpture
Visitor from Above
Into the Water
School of Rock

Work in Progress
 Source National Geographic


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