Here lives only one person.
The Argentinian village of Villa Epecuen, located near Buenos Aires, is now enjoying great interest among tourists, hikers, photographers and cyclists, but even 20 years ago to get in this settlement was impossible. The fact is that in 1985 after breaking a nearby dam, the village became submerged, forcing local residents to flee their homes.
In the 90 years the village was no longer visible as it was on the 10-meter depth. However, in the early 2000s, the water began to recede, leaving behind dilapidated buildings and dead trees. Let’s see what it looks like Villa Epecuen today, when there’s only one resident, Pablo Novak.
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