The Swedes have discovered a sunken submarine at the bottom of the Baltic Sea, south of the island of Gotland.
According to the Swedish Armed Forces, the wreck was actually found in connection with a dive by marine researchers as long ago as in 2009, but the discovery was made public only now.
According to Swedish Radio, the Armed Forces first believed the wreckage to be one of the wartime U-boats sunk by the Soviet Union that the Swedish Navy had already mapped out previously.
Recently it was realised, however, that the wreck in question is previously unknown and dates from the time of the Cold War.
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Sweden discovers sunken submarine off Gotland