A peaceful reservoir in the Chiapas state in Mexico has recently become home to a spectacular sight.
The Grijalva River has dropped 82 feet this year as a result of drought and the lower water levels have revealed the ruins of an old church.
The church was flooded when a dam was built in the 1960s and the waters have only been low enough once since then to reveal its remains. The building was built by monks and abandoned in the 18th century.
A local fisherman has been taking curious visitors to see the church in his boat.
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