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A diver inspects 200-year-old bottles of Champagne at the site of a shipwreck in the Baltic Sea in this undated photo released to the media on Nov. 17, 2010. The world's oldest Champagne was discovered in July in a shipwreck, 50 meters (yards) below the surface, in the waters south of Aaland, a Finnish-controlled archipelago of 6,500 islands in the Baltic sea. Photographer: Alex Dawson/Aalands Landskapsregering via Bloomberg
Photo by: Alex Dawson
A diver inspects 200-year-old bottles of Champagne at the site of a shipwreck in the Baltic Sea in this undated photo released to the media on Nov. 17, 2010. The world's oldest Champagne was discovered in July in a shipwreck, 50 meters (yards) below the surface, in the waters south of Aaland, a Finnish-controlled archipelago of 6,500 islands in the Baltic sea. Photographer: Alex Dawson/Aalands Landskapsregering via Bloomberg

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