A ghost village emerges from the cracked earth!
A ghost village that has emerged as drought has nearly emptied a dam on the Spanish-Portuguese border is drawing crowds of tourists with its eerie, gray ruins.
With the reservoir at 15% of its capacity, details of a life frozen in 1992.
When the Aceredo village in Spain's northwestern Galicia region was flooded to create the Alto Lindoso reservoir, are being revealed once more.
Walking on the muddy ground cracked by the drought in some spots, visitors found partially collapsed roofs, bricks and wooden debris.
It was once made up doors or beams, and even a drinking fountain with water still streaming from a rusty pipe.
Crates with empty beer bottles were stacked by what used to be a cafe, and a semi-destroyed old car was rusting away by a stone wall.
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