When Authorities Drained This 200-Year-Old Canal, They Were Completely Stunned By What They Found!
The video above speaks about Canal Saint-Martin, that was established in 1802 by Napoleon I. This canal is becoming slowly empty from waters, which emerges a truly bizarre underside it.
Napoleon ordered to build canals hoping to bring fresh water to city that was populated by about 500,000 people, and they were still growing. There were 3 canals across Paris, which totaling more than eighty miles in length. The Canal Saint-Martin is the biggest one. Watch the video above to see what they found and tell us your opinion.