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Garden of Atlantis
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Welcome to the Garden of Atlantis, the place that leads into the Lost City of Atlantis. This mythical city has finally been found.... Now you have been picked to bravely venture in where no one has gone before....
About this creation
First a little history about this mystical land-- The City of Atlantis was lost in the ocean long ago, as many know. No one has found solid evidence of existence of this fanciful realm.... Until now. In a deep sea scuba exploration, the ruins and surviving parts were miraculously found. It appears the reason for disappearance in the major fault line and underwater volcanic chain of the East Atlantic. A tremor centuries ago caused the land mass to fall into a fissure and disappear into a massive air pocket until now. The Garden of Atlantis is this mysterious part of the entrance to the city, one of the only surviving parts. The uncanny technology in this creation is still unknown to present day humans, and no one knows exactly what these odd machines do, but they seem ancient and powerful. Now, it is time to enter....

This picture of the pedestal, which is the highest point in the garden, is to show the weirdness of this. The pedestal has a mighty power, but cannot seem to be released. Superstitious workers say not to tamper with this, but no one listens.

The long walk up to the pedestal. It seems to the scientists that this is made for some kind of odd ancient and cultural tradition.

The dishes, reflecting strong waves of energy. These seem to be sources of the electricity for the pedestal. The odd tubes, which carry a mysterious thing through it. It is not solid, liquid or gas. Very peculiar.

This is the long row of fountains on either side of he pedestal, which has evaporating streams of water. Very amazing to see, and it seems to bring a calm feeling to the people around it.

The small fountain pond, with a light blue hue of water ebbing off of the fountains.

The high platforms, which don't seem to have much of a purpose besides having an interesting architecture.

The countless machines and mysterious decor behind the great pedestal.

The odd parts of the more garden-like area. Oddly enough, these models are completely accurate to the ones made in present day. Perhaps there was some future-seeing involved in Atlantis?

Now, the garden has been walked through. Onto the great city.... Good luck.

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