Another claim to Atlantis has surfaced (bad pun, I know). This time there's a map. I tried to embed it here but it just messed everything up.
Here's the link and if that doesn't work, try entering the coordinates 31 15'15.53N 24 15'30.53W into Google Earth's search box (copy and paste works). You might have to zoom out a bit until an image appears.
It does look like a city plan on the bottom of the sea. However, if you note the scale bar, each of those 'city blocks' is ten miles wide.
That's some city, ten miles between road junctions.
Whatever it is, it doesn't look like a natural formation. It's too big to be a city plan. It's certainly something odd.
I hope there are plans to look into it, but I'm not going down there. I have enough problems coping with rain.
Edited to add:
Here's a screenshot showing where in the world the feature is found. Off the coast of North Africa, in some seriously deep water:
Here's the biggest magnification Google has:
I hope those images will enlarge if you click on them. That doesn't always work.
The feature is far too big to be a city street layout. It's also in very, very deep water. If a city sunk that far under the waves it should have been fragmented, not lowered down as if by a forklift truck. So I don't believe it's Atlantis.
It's very interesting all the same. Maybe it's a bizarre natural formation of some kind - even so that would be something I'd like to hear about. It might even turn out to be a board game played by giant squid!
But not a city. The scale is wrong.