WATCH: Two historic shipwrecks, one dating back to the 14th century and the other to 1796, have been found in Singapore's waters near Pedra Branca. Artefacts from the find include rare ceramics, cannons and percussion instruments.
SINGAPORE — Two historic shipwrecks, one dating back to the 14th century and the other to 1796, have been found in Singapore's waters near Pedra Branca, offering “invaluable” insights into the country's maritime past, researchers said on Wednesday (June 16).
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