Diver's Cemetery (Blue Hole - Dahab)
The Blue Hole just south of Dahab is notorious for the number of diving fatalities which have occurred there. This has also lead to it being called the sobriquet "World's Most Dangerous Dive Site" and has also earned it the nickname "Diver's Cemetery". This wall next to the hole has plaques for some of those who have passed away while diving here.
Copyright: Jacques De Vos
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 14552x7276
Taken: 29/04/2012
Uploaded: 30/04/2012
Updated: 28/03/2015


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