Drought causes 450-year-old Mexican church to emerge from reservoir

Guardian: The ruins of a 16th century church have emerged from the waters of a reservoir in Mexico. The water level in the Nezahualc├│yotl reservoir in Chiapas state has dropped by 25m (82ft) because of a drought in the area. The church, known as the Temple of Santiago or the Temple of Quechula, has been under nearly 100ft of water since 1966. The church, which is believed to have been built by Spanish colonists, is 183ft long and 42ft wide, with a bell tower that rises 48ft above the ground. It was......

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