Atlantis reborn?

A Japanese architecture entreprise recently presented their plans to build the first ever underwater city, which they believe can be ready as soon as 2035.
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The idea is of a spherical structure, able to host 5000 people, with entertainment, shopping, stores of sorts, an ‘Earth Factory’ to convert, recycle the CO2 produced by the inhabitants, among other projects.
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The main lobby
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An exercise area
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The city entrance
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A spherical gondola that rises from the city towards surface
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The city will be built at over 3000 meters below the water level.
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Myth or not in the past, it appears the future will bring us an Atlantis!