What’s Hidden Just Below The Ocean Surface In Cancun Is Hauntingly Beautiful
Growing up, I never considered myself much of an art fan, but that totally changed during my college years.
You might say that my tastes developed much like a fine wine, because now, I take every opportunity I can to walk around museums and see various exhibits in all their beautiful glory.
Most museums that people go to feature collections of artwork scattered across multiple rooms. If you’re lucky, you might find yourself in the presence of a work by da Vinci, Monet, or Warhol. Just about every museum has something that sets it apart from the rest, but the Museo Subacuático de Arte (MUSA) is unlike any I’ve ever seen before, and it’s taking art to new depths.
In 2009, MUSA became the world’s first underwater museum.
It can be found in the waters surrounding Cancun, Isla Mujeres, and Punta Nizuc, Mexico.
With more than 500 permanentlife-sized sculptures, MUSA is considered to be one of the largest underwaterattractions in the world.
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