An ancient church emerges from the waves


A 400 year old Mexican church has resurfaced from underwater after nearly fifty years.

The Templo de Quechula was submerged under sea in 1966 but due to decreasing water levels, it has recently emerged, revealing its historic beauty.

Believed to have been built by a group of monks in the 16th Century, the church’s dramatic architecture is still intact; visitors can now travel with local fisherman to tour the building and admire its rich heritage. 

Take a look at some breathtaking images of the church here and tell us if you’d visit.

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