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    The East Atlantis River Adventures

    A look at the long history of the Musi River

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    The East Atlantis River Adventures

    Directed by Arvin Miracelova 2020 36 min
    The 460 plus mile long Musi River, sometimes called Gold River, was the heart of Palembang especially during the 7th to 13th century Srivijayan empire. Many of the locals still depend on the river in many ways. The river also attracts treasure hunters who dive and sift for lost artifacts made of gold, silver and bronze. It is also home to numerous myths and legends such as the white crocodile.
    Featuring Arvin Miracelova, Dr. Ari Siswanto

    Distributed by Zombie Media/Thomas Marcum

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    The East Atlantis River Adventures

    The 460 plus mile long Musi River, sometimes called Gold River, was the heart of Palembang especially during the 7th to 13th century Srivijayan empire. Many of the locals still depend on the river in many ways. The river also attracts treasure hunters who dive and sift for lost artifacts made of gold, silver and bronze. It is also home to numerous myths and legends such as the white crocodile.
    Featuring Arvin Miracelova, Dr. Ari Siswanto

    Distributed by Zombie Media/Thomas Marcum

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