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Amfore or Rt Rakovica is a great wall dive with many broken pieces of Roman amphoras littering the seabed.
|Name Dive Site:||Amphoras, RT Rakovica|
|Depth: ||10-33m (32-108ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||istradiving|
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The main characteristic of Amfore Rt Rakovica are the many pieces of amphoras you will repeatedly stumble upon while searching the ocean floor. Amphoras are the remains of the ancient Roman foundering. All unbroken amphoras have been taken out in the early 70-ies and stored in the Archeological Museum of Pula, but you can still see many big pieces of broken amphoras that have been left behind. Except amphora's, most time is spent by the very interesting wall starting at 12 meters up to 30 meters deep. You can see interesting caves and underwater life. In spring time we are often meeting octopuses which are searching for a place to lay their eggs.
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