Spain is suffering from drought, and the ancient monuments under the water surface have reappeared.


[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] Whenever there is a drought in Taiwan, there will be an upsurge in discussions about the Nine Frogs at Sun Moon Lake.

Christian-heavy Spain has recently been hit by a severe drought, with 36 months of below-average rainfall leaving cisterns and reservoirs empty, and the country's drought indicator is also quite religious, a Medieval church bell tower.

(Reuters) - Part of a reservoir in Catalonia, Spain, is at a low point, revealing the entirety of the famous historic Basilica of San Roma.

The church is a Lombard Romanesque building built in the 11th century.

In the 1960s, due to the Franco regime's large-scale construction of the dam, it has been hidden under the water for a long time since then.

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But the Spaniards may not be happy to see such a scene.

Although the country has suffered worse droughts in 2017, 2012 and 2005, Catalonia's reservoirs are currently only 27 percent full and there has been no significant rainfall for 25 months, forcing the government to ask the government of its 7 million residents to Reduce water use by 8% for households, 15% for industry and 40% for agriculture.