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World's largest Underwater Art Museum

World's largest Underwater Art Museum

India TV News Desk [ Published on: March 01, 2010 0:00 IST ]
  • In this photo taken Feb. 19, 2010, fish swim around the Man on Fire sculpture, by british artist Jason de Caires as it stands in the waters near Isla Mujeres, Mexico. This sculpture forms part of an underwater sculpture garden still under construction and when completed will form part of the world's largest underwater art museum, according to the artist's website.(AP Photo/Miguel Tovar)
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    In this photo taken Feb. 19, 2010, fish swim around the Man on Fire sculpture, by british artist Jason de Caires as it stands in the waters near Isla Mujeres, Mexico. This sculpture forms part of an underwater sculpture garden still under construction and when completed will form part of the world's largest underwater art museum, according to the artist's website.(AP Photo/Miguel Tovar)

  • In this photo taken Feb. 19, 2010, fish swim around the feet of the Man on Fire sculpture, by british artist Jason de Caires in the waters near Isla Mujeres, Mexico.This sculpture forms part of an underwater sculpture garden still under construction and when completed will form part of the world's largest underwater art museum, according to the artist's website.(AP Photo/Miguel Tovar)
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    In this photo taken Feb. 19, 2010, fish swim around the feet of the Man on Fire sculpture, by british artist Jason de Caires in the waters near Isla Mujeres, Mexico.This sculpture forms part of an underwater sculpture garden still under construction and when completed will form part of the world's largest underwater art museum, according to the artist's website.(AP Photo/Miguel Tovar)

  • In this photo taken Feb. 19, 2010, coral reef has begun to grow on holes drilled into the Man on Fire sculpture, by british artist Jason de Caires in the waters near Isla Mujeres, Mexico. This sculpture forms part of an underwater sculpture garden still under construction and when completed will form part of the world's largest underwater art museum, according to the artist's website.(AP Photo/Miguel Tovar)
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    In this photo taken Feb. 19, 2010, coral reef has begun to grow on holes drilled into the Man on Fire sculpture, by british artist Jason de Caires in the waters near Isla Mujeres, Mexico. This sculpture forms part of an underwater sculpture garden still under construction and when completed will form part of the world's largest underwater art museum, according to the artist's website.(AP Photo/Miguel Tovar)

  • In this photo taken Feb. 19, 2010, a diver swims near the The Archive of Lost Dreams sculpture, by british artist Jason de Caires in the waters near Isla Mujeres, Mexico. This sculpture forms part of an underwater sculpture garden still under construction and when completed will form part of the world's largest underwater art museum, according to the artist's website.(AP Photo/Miguel Tovar)
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    In this photo taken Feb. 19, 2010, a diver swims near the The Archive of Lost Dreams sculpture, by british artist Jason de Caires in the waters near Isla Mujeres, Mexico. This sculpture forms part of an underwater sculpture garden still under construction and when completed will form part of the world's largest underwater art museum, according to the artist's website.(AP Photo/Miguel Tovar)

  • In this photo taken Feb. 19, 2010, the Archive of Lost Dreams sculpture, by british artist Jason de Caires stands next to a reef formation in the waters near Isla Mujeres, Mexico. This sculpture forms part of an underwater sculpture garden still under construction and when completed will form part of the world's largest underwater art museum, according to the artist's website. (AP Photo/Miguel Tovar)
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    In this photo taken Feb. 19, 2010, the Archive of Lost Dreams sculpture, by british artist Jason de Caires stands next to a reef formation in the waters near Isla Mujeres, Mexico. This sculpture forms part of an underwater sculpture garden still under construction and when completed will form part of the world's largest underwater art museum, according to the artist's website. (AP Photo/Miguel Tovar)

  • In this photo taken Feb. 20, 2010, British artist Jason de Caires works at his studio in Puerto Morelos, Mexico. Caires is working on an underwater sculpture garden in the waters near Isla Mujeres and according to his website, when completed will form part of the world's largest underwater art museum. (AP Photo/Miguel Tovar)
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    In this photo taken Feb. 20, 2010, British artist Jason de Caires works at his studio in Puerto Morelos, Mexico. Caires is working on an underwater sculpture garden in the waters near Isla Mujeres and according to his website, when completed will form part of the world's largest underwater art museum. (AP Photo/Miguel Tovar)

  • In this photo taken Feb. 20, 2010, unfinished scupltures are seen at British artist Jason de Caires studio in Puerto Morelos, Mexico. Caires is working on an underwater sculpture garden in the waters near Isla Mujeres and according to his website, when completed will form part of the world's largest underwater art museum.(AP Photo/Miguel Tovar)
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    In this photo taken Feb. 20, 2010, unfinished scupltures are seen at British artist Jason de Caires studio in Puerto Morelos, Mexico. Caires is working on an underwater sculpture garden in the waters near Isla Mujeres and according to his website, when completed will form part of the world's largest underwater art museum.(AP Photo/Miguel Tovar)

  • In this photo taken Feb. 19, 2010, fish swim around the Man on Fire sculpture, by british artist Jason de Caires as it stands in the waters near Isla Mujeres, Mexico. This sculpture forms part of an underwater sculpture garden still under construction and when completed will form part of the world's largest underwater art museum, according to the artist's website.(AP Photo/Miguel Tovar)
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    In this photo taken Feb. 19, 2010, fish swim around the Man on Fire sculpture, by british artist Jason de Caires as it stands in the waters near Isla Mujeres, Mexico. This sculpture forms part of an underwater sculpture garden still under construction and when completed will form part of the world's largest underwater art museum, according to the artist's website.(AP Photo/Miguel Tovar)

  • Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf, center, gestures to his supporters, unseen, upon his arrival to Karachi airport, Pakistan, Sunday, March 24, 2013. Former President Pervez Musharraf returned to Pakistan on Sunday after more than four years in exile, seeking a possible political comeback in defiance of judicial probes and death threats from Taliban militants. I'm not scared. I'm only afraid of God, Musharraf told his supporters. For the sake of my country, wherever I need to go, I will go. (AP Photo/S.I. Ali)
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    Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf, center, gestures to his supporters, unseen, upon his arrival to Karachi airport, Pakistan, Sunday, March 24, 2013. Former President Pervez Musharraf returned to Pakistan on Sunday after more than four years in exile, seeking a possible political comeback in defiance of judicial probes and death threats from Taliban militants. I'm not scared. I'm only afraid of God, Musharraf told his supporters. For the sake of my country, wherever I need to go, I will go. (AP Photo/S.I. Ali)

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