Skip to comments.Instagram-lovers swarm to lake that's turquoise due to dangerous pollution, just like [tyr]
Posted on 07/15/2019 8:32:51 AM PDT by C19fan
A turquoise lake in Spain popular among Instagrammers is being compared to the Siberian Seychelles, as the body of water is revealed as a chemically-contaminated, World War-era former mine.
Monte Neme, in the region of Bergantiños, appears to have crystal clear waters and has attracted Instagram lovers keen to pose in front of the seemingly idyllic scene, with some even bathing in the chemically-contaminated waters.
The site, now dubbed by many as the 'Galician Chernobyl', was used as a tungsten mine that supplied the material for making light bulbs and hardening steel during the First and Second World War.
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Stupid is as stupid does.
Similar to the “extreme tourism” of people going to a closed and erased from the map town in Western Australia that is so contaminated with asbestos it’s not safe to breathe the air.
Wittenoom, Western Australia.
Continuing the stupid tourist places meme one can always go take a dip in the Russian Lake Karachay.
Sounds like a great way to get rid of the pagans.
Where’s the lake?
Ahhh...the Elixir of Youth.
Have a glass.
Where do I buy one of those pagans?
That word ‘random’. I don’t think it means what you think it means. Less words, more pictures please.
You won't grow old!
Well we have the East River. The most heavily trafficked, overly contaminated waterway on the eastern seaboard.
People swim in that.
Excellent selections sir!
Wow. She even gives the lake a woody.
Just random. Just random :)
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