This Hidden Blue Grotto In Italy Is One Of Earth’s Most Beautiful Treasures

This is the Blue Grotto, rediscovered in 1826. It was once the playground of the Roman Empire (and seat of the capital; not Rome). This watery cave is something else.

The grotto is famous for its otherworldly blue glowing waters. Its fluorescent glow comes from a large underwater cave opening, which illuminates the grotto’s water from below.

The Blue Grotto’s clear blue waters go down 150 meters. On the surface, it measures at 60 meters long and 25 meters wide.

Since it was rediscovered, many statues lining the inside caves also came to light.

But who cares about them? This water is crazy!

Am I right?

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