It was first described by Plato in 330 BC, and now Atlantis can & # 39; finally found.
F & # 39; re documentary, experts from Merlin Burrows, team & # 39; search on land and sea based in & # 39; Harrog, claiming to have discovered the remains of & # 39; Atlantis & # 39; off the coast & # 39; Spain.
Using & # 39; data from commercial satellites, researchers believe that the lost city can & # 39; is the National Park & # 39; Spain & # 39; Doñana.
Speaking to Live Science, Bruce Blackburn, CEO of & # 39; Merlin Burrows, said: "Obviously, it is very courageous thing.
"Everyone will have [one of] two opinions. One is that "This is great. Let's look lejnha," and one is "That's a load of & # 39; garbage. ''
The researchers focused on Spain having read two of dialogues & # 39; Platani on Atlantis.
Mr. Blackburn explained: "The Atlantis cities, which are very detailed in writing & # 39; Plato, are really there for everyone to see them."
The findings will be disclosed in & # 39; next documentary called Atlantica – although it is unclear when it will soar.
However, not everyone is so convinced that this is really Atlantis.
Speaking to Live Science, Professor Ken Feder, an expert in anthropology at & # 39; Central Connecticut State University, said: "Bless their hearts – if they are correct about this, this is awesome & # 39 ;.
"But here is my problem: As an archaeologist, I know that I always need to be in the company & # 39; my bulls ** t detector.
"And these guys, they did just about everything it possibly can to jpaċċu my bulls ** t detector."