Europe is set to open it's first underwater museum and it looks as magical as it sounds.
Work has begun on Musoe Atlantico, also known as Atlantic Museum, just off the coast of Lanzarote, Spain.
The museum will be home to around 400 sculptures, created by British artist Jason deCaires Taylor, who designed similar creations in Cancun, Mexico and Grenada.
The sculptures — created using high-density, PH neutral concrete — look eerily beautiful as they lie in state at the bottom of the crystal clear waters of Atlantic Ocean.
The works are in human form, and are said to have been modelled on the Guanches, members of the ancient aboriginal cave-dwellers, who inhabited the Canary Islands before the Spanish conquest.
The thought-provoking sculptures also include The Raft of Lampedusa, a portrayal of the refugee crisis, in reference to the Italian Island of Lampedusa.
Another is called Content, which shows a faceless couple taking a selfie.
The works are created to attract plant and wildlife, so the museum will also provide a marine haven.
Opening on February 25, 2016, the museum will be able to be explored by divers or on glass bottom boats
Sunken car near Chepstow, Wales.
Sunken tugboat "Saba", the island of Curacao.
Part of the sculpture underwater museum MUSA, Cancun, Mexico.
Another part of the same museum.
Park Green Lake, which is held annually after the snowmelt in the mountains Krastovyh, plunges into the water, tragöß, Austria.
The ship USS Kittiwake, especially for divers submerged at a shallow depth, Cayman Islands.
Sunken plane at the bottom of the Caribbean Sea, Aruba.
The original statue of "Christ of the Abyss", located on the bottom of the sea, the San Fruttuoso bay, not far from Genoa.
And it is — one of the few copies of the statue, situated in the area of the underwater reef Dry Rocks, Florida, USA.
Truck on board the sunken ship "Thistlegorm", the Red Sea, the Strait of Gubal.
The remains of the sunken aircraft shot down during Operation Heylstoun, Weno Island, Chuuk Atoll, Pacific Ocean.
Near Chuuk Atoll is the largest underwater graveyard of military equipment. All of it was destroyed in February 1944, during Heylstoun operation.
Titanic, Atlantic Ocean.
Antennas US military transport USNS General Hoyt S. Vandenberg, which flooded on purpose, to make the coral reef, Key West, Florida, USA.