A near-intact shipwreck apparently dating from the 17th century has been found in the Baltic Sea, Swedish television has said.
The discovery was made during filming for an under-water documentary series.
Public service SVT television said the wreck could be from the same era as the famous Vasa warship, which sank on its maiden voyage in August 1628.
The broadcaster said the Baltic's low oxygen content and low temperature had helped preserve the wreck.
SVT said the origins of the ship were unclear but its features resembled the work of Dutch ship-builders from the period.
"Experts who have studied video of the ship conclude that it is probably the best-preserved ship ever seen from this period," the station said.
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