2020 has been an unusual year and there is hardly anything that surprises people anymore. Just when we thought there is nothing more unusual than a locust attack, Italy announced that a ghost village in Lucca province, Tuscany may resurface again.
This 12th century Italian Village named Fabbriche di Careggine was submerged in 1946 after a damn was decided to be built on lake Vagli. The dam was last emptied in 1994 and is likely to resurface from 34 million cubic meters of water in 2020.
The pictures show that the village still has its stone houses, a bridge, and a cemetery intact. Though it is being called a ‘ghost village’, the village was submerged only after the people were relocated.
What do you think of this 12th-century ghost village?