All that remains of the old Curon Venosta is the tip of a bell tower, emerging from Lago di Resia like a tombstone for the flooded town. The alpine village was inundated with water shortly after World War II when officials decided to join three pre-existing lakes into one large man-made lake. The entire town is still down there, filled with sand.
A beautiful and colorful street in Waterford, Ireland.
Art Nouveau door at 6 rue du Lac in Brussels by Ernest De Lune