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Colombia says it was found three hundred years ago to wreck

  • Author:Amy Liu
  • Source:Yadao
  • Release on :2017-04-06
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos said on Thursday that Columbia has found a Spanish galleon wreckage in the outskirts of Cartagena, according to the Central News Agency. A large number of emerald and gold coins are hidden on the ship.


"Good news! We found the San Jose galleon." Tomorrow we will be at the press conference to provide more details from the Carnegie. "

It is reported that the San Jose 1708 sank in the port city of Cartagena, the Caribbean Sea (Caribbean Sea), under the Spanish King Philip V (King Philip V) fleet, said the treasure on board the value of 1 billion pounds.


The Colombian government's 4-day declaration did not state a legal dispute with Sea Search Armada. Headquartered in the United States, the sea fleet company for the San Jose wreckage ownership, with the Colombian authorities played a long lawsuit. The company in 1981 that found the ship sank the area.

The fleet fleet company and the government of the country had previously been partners and followed international practice, and both sides agreed to share any gains. The Colombian government later said that all the treasures would be attributed to Colombia.