Modern Albania withholds numerous forgotten archaeological treasures. One of them is the ancient city of Oricum, where a key event in Julius Caesar’s ascent to total domination took place. The communist era that isolated the country for most of the 20th century preserved this fascinating site until today, as archaeologists have only recently started their research.
For the pilot project, the Octopus Foundation chose to study the zone where a British fighter plane was shot down by the German artillery on the 19th of July 1944. To look into the underwater area next to the coast of Cephalonia, in Greece, the crew used many different techniques. Today, the end result is that anybody can follow us deep underwater to understand what really happened that day.