The LINA is an iron ship built in England in 1879. It became Italian property in 1901 and worked as a freight forwarder in the Mediterranean. On December 14, 1914, it collided with the shores of Cres, where it sank very quickly.
Since the location of the wreck is not accessible from the shore and there is no boat traffic in the immediate vicinity of the shore, only divers go for it
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