There are many cities hidden deep under the sea levels. They testify to the prehistoric past waiting to be discovered and unveil their secrets.
Mardale Green, England
In 2014, a small farming village reappeared on the surface of England’s Haweswater Reservoir after the driest September for half a century. Mardale Green in Cumbria was one of the area’s most picturesque villages which was submerged in 1935 to create an opening for a reservoir that would be used for the nearby city of Manchester.
The remains of the ancient structures, including tree stumps and farm gates emerged from the receding water. Pubs, farm buildings and even a church with its graveyard were dismantled stone by stone and were reused to build the water tower.