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The Daily Star, both reporter and photographer, plunged in after Jundi, who raced through the water, eager to reveal an undiscovered world that only he and a select few have been privy to.In planet water there is no sound, save for steady breathing. Jundi eagerly pointed out artifacts and marbles. Sometimes he would extend his hand to prevent a diver from disrupting a certain fish's path. The city extends 80 meters from the shoreline; its depth ranges anywhere between 1 and 8 meters.During its golden age 3,000 years ago, ships departed Tyre laden with timber cut from the Cedars and murex, the purple dye for which the Phoenicians were renowned. The ancient city lay dormant in perfect harmony with its surroundings.Jundi lamented what he said was a decrease in the number of artifacts over the last ten years.Raed's favorite diving spot remains Tyre, but he also enjoys forays to Batroun and Chekka.Jundi nodded in agreement, but insisted on leaving things with a saying he likes to recount, inspired by his love for the sea.
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