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Drowned wedding ring returned to owner after 37 years!

A Spanish couple were in for an unusual surprise. In 1979 they lost their wedding ring near the Spanish town of Benidorm. The item was found 37 years later by Jessica Nisos while diving. The woman took a photo of the ring and, with the help of the Internet, started to look for its owner.
Published: September 16, 2016 - 15:52
Updated: July 22, 2023 - 14:04
Drowned wedding ring returned to owner after 37 years!

A Spanish couple were in for an unusual surprise. In 1979 they lost their wedding ring near the Spanish town of Benidorm. The item was found 37 years later by Jessica Nisos while diving. The woman took a photo of the ring and, with the help of the Internet, started to look for its owner.

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“I found a wedding ring in the waters near the island of Benidorm. I wish I could return it to its owner. It must have been lost a long time ago as it was all covered in sediment.

It belongs to a couple who got married on 17-02-1979. Can you please share this message further? It is very important for me to return it. A big thank you to everyone for helping and sharing this message,” Nisos wrote.

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The post has been shared over 80,000 times. After two months of searching, they finally made it! A relative of the couple, living in Benidorm, saw the message and put the couple in touch with Jessica Nisos. After sending a photocopy of the marriage certificate and a photo of the ring, the case was heading towards a happy ending.

It is hard to imagine the surprise of a married couple when such an important object, long written off, was found after so many years. Agustin Aliaga and his wife Juani Sanchez lost their wedding ring after only five months of marriage. But that didn’t stop them from living another 37 years together!

“It was a very pleasant surprise. The ring had much more value for us than just the material it was made of. It is a symbol of our love and emotion that we gave to each other during the ceremony in the church,” Augustin Aliaga commented on the whole situation.

The couple will meet Jessica on September 26 in Zaragoza, Spain, where she will receive her lost wedding ring.

Source: bbc.com

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