In this May 7, 2013 photo, tombs lay in the ruins of Epecuen, a village that was submerged in water in Argentina. When a particularly heavy rainstorm followed a series of wet winters, the lake overflowed its banks on Nov. 10, 1985. Water burst through a retaining wall and submerged the lakeside streets. People fled with what they could, but a few days later, their homes were drowned under nearly 10 meters (33 feet) of corrosive saltwater. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)

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In this May 7, 2013 photo, tombs lay in the ruins of Epecuen, a village that was submerged in water in Argentina. When a particularly heavy rainstorm followed a series of wet winters, the lake overflowed its banks on Nov. 10, 1985. Water burst through a retaining wall and submerged the lakeside streets. People fled with what they could, but a few days later, their homes were drowned under nearly 10 meters (33 feet) of corrosive saltwater. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)
In this May 7, 2013 photo, tombs lay in the ruins of Epecuen, a village that was submerged in water in Argentina. When a particularly heavy rainstorm followed a series of wet winters, the lake overflowed its banks on Nov. 10, 1985. Water burst through a retaining wall and submerged the lakeside streets. People fled with what they could, but a few days later, their homes were drowned under nearly 10 meters (33 feet) of corrosive saltwater. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)
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