There was a horizontal movement of 4.25 m and a vertical movement of 3.35 - www.lastexxit.com.
LEFT Damage in the wake of an earthquake in Anchorage, Alaska, in 1964. There was a horizontal movement of 4.25 m and a vertical movement of 3.35 m. # RIGHT Glaciation in the Swiss Alps, with the Matterhorn rearing proudly in the background. The primary legend of Atlantis seems to have started in the fourth century BC, when Plato wrote that Solon, who had lived a century or so earlier, had visited Egypt and there had been told by a priest that, once upon a time, there had existed a continent beyond the Pillars of Hercules (that is, the Strait of Gibraltar). This continent bore a very advanced civilization, but was devoured by the ocean in some unspecified catastrophe. Ever since then and especially since the US politician and writer Ignatius Donnelly published his Atlantis, the Antediluvian World in 1882 the legend of Atlantis has captured the public imagination. But is it any more than a legend? Possibly so. Sometime after 2500 BC there arose on the Mediterranean island of Crete a civilization that was, for the time