There are ghost towns to be found anywhere from the American West to Namibya to the Ukraine, but none have the distinct feeling of Villa Epecuen—an Argentine town that spent almost a quarter century under water. Flooded in the 1980s, only to be revealed by drought in 2009, the town now forms a corroded and bleached out landscape. Only one of Epecuen’s original residents remains, and you can take a tour of the town with him via the video above.
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This Argentinian ghost town resurfaced after spending 25 years underwater
Villa Epecuen: submerged for 25 years, a ghost town emerges in Argentina