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Ghost town Epecuen in Argentina by Jose Campos

Since year 1920 Villa Epecuén was a peaceful and prosperous tourist village specially known for those seeking therapeutic salty waters . Located  500 kilometers from the capital city of Argentina, in 1985 a rare weather phenomena flooded the area destroying the dam and the wall protecting the town. People  was quickly evacuated  as the salty water covered the entire town. For 25 Epecuén disappeared . Recently the water over the town dried and the spectral, impressing ruins of Epecuen are visible.10/26/2014 - Epecuen, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Ruins of Epecuén, the argentinian town that drowned in 1985 and stayed underwater for 25 years.

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Since year 1920 Villa Epecuén was a peaceful and prosperous tourist village specially known for those seeking therapeutic salty waters . Located 500 kilometers from the capital city of Argentina, in 1985 a rare weather phenomena flooded the area destroying the dam and the wall protecting the town. People was quickly evacuated as the salty water covered the entire town. For 25 Epecuén disappeared . Recently the water over the town dried and the spectral, impressing ruins of...
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