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Ghost village emerges in Spain as drought dries out reservoir


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A ghost village that has emerged after drought nearly emptied a dam on the Spanish-Portuguese border is drawing crowds of tourists. With the reservoir at 15% capacity, details of a life frozen in 1992, when the Aceredo village in Spain’s north-western Galicia region was flooded to create the Alto Lindoso reservoir, are being revealed once more

https://uk.news.yahoo.com/ghost-village-emerges-spain-drought-145631476.html

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Reminded me of the lost village Curon in northrern Italy which emerges after 70 years underwater. A lone church tower rising from the middle of a lake was the only indication that a small city, once home to 900 once existed. Spooky.

Lost Italian village emerges from lake after 71 years as eerie ruins are  revealed - World News - Mirror Online

 

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7 minutes ago, jethrofloyd said:

Reminded me of the lost village Curon in northrern Italy which emerges after 70 years underwater. A lone church tower rising from the middle of a lake was the only indication that a small city, once home to 900 once existed. Spooky.

I remember that :)

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Could be a nice diving site when underwater ! 1992, a lot of people who have lived there are still arround. Probably a strange feeling for them to see their village again,
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