A team of archaeologists led by Richard Freund of the University of Harford, Connecticut have announced they have discovered the lost city of Atlantis at the bottom of a marsh in Spain. The team's findings will be unveiled tomorrow on the National Geographic Channel in a special called "Finding Atlantis." In a turn of historical irony, the city that the archaeologists discovered was indeed destroyed by a tsunami.
What makes this particular discovery of Atlantis different from the rest is that it seems to fit a primary theory...that after Atlantis was destroyed, the inhabitants fled to form multiple nearby "memorial" cities. And indeed, this new Atlantis discovery has such cities located around it.