Global warming, caused by rapid deforestation, continues to melt ice tops and glaciers. If it continues with the same speed, most of the coastal areas will be submerged in water in the coming few years. It will lead to less inhabitable area and people will have to live, cramped in a limited area. However, floating and under water structures have raised hopes for the future. The ‘Underwater City’ in Bulgaria is a similar revolutionary town that is ‘built in the middle of a lake, not on an island, but actually below water level’. Though, the city isn’t fully under water, a huge dam (1,377 feet in diameter and 65 in height) around the city, will keep the water away from the living area that can be accessed only through water transportation. The underwater city is actually the ancient city of Seuthopolis, discovered in 1948, which came into being, after a dam was destroyed in Bulgaria, to become one of the most ambitious under water projects ever.
The Underwater City isn’t just an aesthetic marvel of construction, but such off land architectures may well answer the soaring land problems around the world. It’ll be a great tourist spot, attracting millions of visitors from all over the world.