The unique charisma of nature has come to the fore in the northwestern Galicia region of Spain. The Eseredo village was submerged in this area in 1992 by the floods of the Limia River, but now 30 years later, due to the drought in the area, this village has emerged once again.

It is often seen that when there is drought, people start migrating from there. But it is rarely seen anywhere that the rise of a village is due to a drought. This village has become a topic of discussion all over the world. This area, once recognized as a ghostly village, has now become a tourist place for the people.

In 1992, during the construction of the Alto Lindoso Reservoir, the village on the Spain-Portuguese border was flooded. After which the whole village was ruined by the flood.

This village was known as Bhootiya Village, but now it has become a tourist spot.  Maximino Perez Romero, 65, who once lived in this village, says it's like a movie is going on.

This village was known as Bhootiya Village, but now it has become a tourist spot. Maximino Perez Romero, 65, who once lived in this village, says it’s like a movie is going on.

The entire village was submerged due to the submergence area.  Recently, the dam's Alto Lindoso lake has only 15% of its water capacity remaining after a series of droughts.

The entire village was submerged due to the submergence area. Recently, the dam’s Alto Lindoso lake has only 15% of its water capacity remaining after a series of droughts.

Drone photographs show dilapidated buildings.  Partially collapsed roofs, bricks and wooden debris of these buildings are visible.

Drone photographs show dilapidated buildings. Partially collapsed roofs, bricks and wooden debris of these buildings are visible.

Village houses, shops and other buildings stand as they are.  In some houses, items were also kept, which were abandoned 30 years ago.

Village houses, shops and other buildings stand as they are. In some houses, items were also kept, which were abandoned 30 years ago.

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