Abandoned Village & Romanesque Church.

A church and remains of an ancient village, which are usually covered by water, are seen inside the reservoir of Sau, in Vilanova de Sau, Catalonia, Spain.
One reservoir built in the early 1960s, submerging a village called San Roman de Sau and its 11th-century romanesque church, is so low on water that the ruins of buildings which are usually under water are now uncovered. 
Image Credit: Photograph by Emilio Morenatti / AP
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