- The village of Aceredo, Spain, was flooded in 1992 to create the Alto Lindoso reservoir.
- Due to drought, the reservoir is at 15% of its capacity, revealing the ruins of the old town.
- Tourists – including some who knew it before it was underwater – are now visiting Aceredo.
A near-empty reservoir in Spain has revealed the ruins of Aceredo, a ghost village that has been underwater since 1992.
The village, located on the Spain-Portugal border, was purposefully flooded using a dam in order to create the Alto Lindoso reservoir, Reuters reported.
The ruins of Aceredo are now attracting tourists to the old, muddy streets and dilapidated buildings.
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