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Season 4 / Episode 8 and airs on 27 October 2021 02:00
Skyscrapers loom overhead, taxis honk their horns and street vendors shout as they peddle their wares. But the buzz of the city above is nothing compared to the powerful pull of the past and the amazing secrets simmering just beneath one's feet! We travelled hundreds of feet beneath the pavement to reveal hidden worlds that literally make up the foundations of today's greatest cities.Engineers, architects, and archaeologists leave the metropolitan chaos behind to travel deep beneath the city streets into the meandering tunnels, abandoned subway lines, hidden water supplies, dank dungeons, eerie tombs, clandestine hideouts, and forgotten cities that have been lost to the hands of time (or purposely hidden for more sinister reasons...).Combining the stunning visuals of high definition video and state of the art computer graphics, Cities of the Underworld turns history upside-down. The construction and engineering of subterranean structures are brought to life and detail how a modern city miraculously doesn't collapse onto the one below. Whether it is Rome, London, Paris or New York these vibrant cities teeming with life, not roped off excavation sites deep in the desert.
Don Wildman explores deep below ancient ruins as he searches for clues pointing to the true fate of the once-mighty Mayan empire.
Don explores top-secret military and government tunnels and looks into classified technology that could be used to build entire cities...right under our feet.
Don uses brand-new mapping technology to expose the dark and deadly uncharted spaces beneath American cities. He explores the criminal underworld below Portland, Oregon; Seattle, Washington; Chicago, Illinois; and Los Angeles, California.
Don goes deep beneath the Great Lakes and explores flooded caves as he searches for evidence of a mysterious, cave-dwelling, pre-Clovis society that may have been the first people to reach America. Evidence presented: a mastodon image carved on a rock beneath Lake Michigan, 16,000-year-old poop and arrowheads from a dry cave in Central Oregon, and a 13,700-year-old human female skeleton from Cenote Naharon in Mexico's Yucatan. Nicknamed Eve of Naharon, she is the oldest human skeleton found in the Americas.
Don explores newly discovered ruins, caves, and shipwrecks in Croatia and Montenegro as he uncovers the true story of Queen Teuta of Illyria, a formidable queen who dared to defy the mighty Roman Republic in the 3rd century BC.
Don goes deep beneath Bagras Castle, a Knights Templar stronghold in Turkey, to explore a provocative theory that may link the fabled secret society to Freemasonry and America's founding fathers. He also explores the Old North Church in Boston, Massachusetts and Fort Mifflin in Pennsylvania.
Don explores the massive underground cities of Cappadocia in the mountains of Turkey that may have been home to the first civilization on Earth. Also explored are Göbekli Tepe.
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