There is a lost city 3.25 miles east of Key Biscayne that is magical and mysterious. Neptune Memorial Reef is the world's only underwater cemetery that you need to explore as soon as possible.\nIf you love the ocean and scuba diving, this place withholds the memories of Atlantis and your loved ones. It is definitely hidden and you need to dive 40 feet under the sea to see it with your own eyes. Neptune Memorial Reef is the largest man-made reef conceived and, once completed, it will cover over 16 acres of barren ocean floor. The first completed phase is an artistic representation of the Lost City of Atlantis.\nIf you have a loved one who passed away and thinking of a more unique way to bury them, Neptune Memorial Reef offers these possibilities. Families can plan a memorial of their lost one and choose the placement and nature of the memorial. Families can also bury or scatter cremation ashes at this memorial.\nView this post on Instagram Covering over 600,000 square feet, at a depth of 50 feet, Neptune Memorial is the largest artificial reef in the world that you can make your final resting place one day. The Reef is a cremation memorial site. Would you like to be a part of large living organism after death and be surrounded by fish, turtles, rays in underwater tranquility? 💦 A post shared by Elena Kalis (@elenakalis) on Mar 17, 2018 at 6:41am PDT\nEveryone is welcome to explore the memorial and artificial reefs. The location is accessible by scuba diving but if you don't have a boat, you can contact a dive partner here. Prices vary depending on the dive center.\nREAD MORE: This Florida Mansion Looks Like A Disney Fairytale Come To Life And It's Open For Public Tours\nView this post on Instagram Ok the one in Miami looks grouse A post shared by Amanda Roff (@doctor_roff) on Jul 18, 2018 at 10:47pm PDT\nVisitors are not allowed to fish in this ecological ecosystem. The memorial features a wonderful entrance with gatekeeper columns and lions. During your exploration, you will see benches, a podium, radius columns, and other architecture.\nREAD MORE: This New Miami Food Hall Is About To Be Your Favorite Place To Unwind After A Long Week\nTo locate the memorial reef, you need to put the following coordinates in your GPS: N25º 42.036', W80º 05.409'