Google dismisses 'Atlantis find'

The Lost City of Atlantis is still lost - despite hopes that Google Earth had located the fabled city on the floor of the Atlantic Ocean. Observers noted what seemed to be a grid of streets and the outlines of a big city on the sea floor about 960km (600 miles) off the African coast.

Experts had said this was one of the possible sites of the city described by Plato, the Greek philosopher. But Google said the lines represented sonar data collected from boats.

News source: BBC

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It's in a way irrelevant saying that its one of the possible locations Plato described, because Plato also described Atlantis as designed around *concentric circles*, not a grid.

You'll never see that in an article about this though, because its more sensationalistic to omit it