A drought in southern Mexico has caused water levels to fall so much that the remains of a long-abandoned, 16th-century church are now visible above the waterline. The Temple of Santiago, also known as the Temple of Quechula, normally rests under nearly 100 feet of water since the completion of a dam in 1966 created the Nezahualcoyotl reservoir in Chiapas.

But the drought has caused water levels to drop by more than 80 feet, leading to eerie sights such as this one: The Latin Times reports that local fishermen are taking people on tours of the church via boat. Some of the more adventurous visitors have even climbed the ruins: MORE