1.The Statues of Heracleion and Canopus, Abu Qir Bay, Egypt.
The cities of Heracleion and Canopus that at once guarded the gate to ancient Egypt and is connected with sculptures that are historical as King Menelaus of Sparta during the war of Trojan. The dilapidations of these historical and ancient cities lie deep under the water that allows many of this statue to retain their pride and glory. These are the haunting sculptures, illustrate pharaohs in the typical historical Egypt. The destroyed temples and the dwellings that surrounded them once were thought to be a legend.
2.Underwater Sculpture Garden, Grenada.
Jason DeCaires Taylor created an underwater sculpture. The statues are an important part of Grenada’s aquatic environment which also includes the species of fishes that are not found anywhere else in the world. The main and integral part of this underwater statue is ‘Vicissitude’.