Abandoned Italian Town
Ghost villages existed long before the term “ghosting” was coined. Take a look at the illustration below to get a better understanding of the concept. It’s not the only ghost town in Italy; in fact, there’s a tour of ghost towns all throughout the country, and their popularity is on the rise.
Tuscany is home to this drowned settlement, known as Fabbrice di Carregine, and it dates back to the 12th century. The settlement was a thriving hamlet until 1946 when it was flooded and submerged. Every few years or so, the town is drained, and the village resurfaces. If you’re in the area, you should definitely pay the little town a visit. Make sure to bring a scuba suit with you, just in case.