May 2015
Scuba Diving;May2015, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p24
A photograph of underwater archaeologists exploring the cape of Gogland island near the Baltic Sea and identifying a shipwreck as the Russian Navy galiot Tobias Enge that crashed in 1771 is presented.


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