As Spain suffers from one of its worst droughts in years, ancient structures in reservoirs are reappearing, including an ancient bathhouse.
Spain is currently experiencing its hottest and second driest spring since record-keeping began in 1961.
Severe droughts are ravaging the country, with 27% of the territory reaching “emergency” levels.
As a result, the water level in Buendia reservoir in the central province of Sacedon has decreased to 22.82%, exposing the ancient bathhouses at Royal Site of La Isabela.
The site used to be a vacation town for Spanish kings and aristocrats, who would relax in the bathhouses.
The bathhouses were submerged after the reservoir was built in the 1950s.
Last year, Spain experienced its driest climate in 1,200 years, leading to the re-emergence of the “Spanish Stonehenge” from a dam that was drying up.