It happens to be a toxic waste dump of tungsten mine which may have been used in world war ii and was abandoned due to its toxicity. This is because of its history in the past.
Several instagram users fell ill after bathing in a toxic quarry in spain which they mistook for an insta friendly turquoise lake according to local reports.
Spain s lake monte neme. The lake in question is the monte neme lake in the community of galicia in spain. Monte neme lake is a stunning body of vibrant blue water in galica and a favourite posing location for local and international influencers. But many people don t know this lake is apparently poisonous.
Local activists are urging government officials to intervene after multiple tourists have been reportedly hospitalized after. 325 m 1 066 ft lake nemi italian. But new reports have revealed that the lake is.
Lago di nemi latin. Mount neme in galicia draws. The lake called monte neme has a peculiar story.
An image of the monte neme waters in the galicia region of spain. Monte neme is a former mining lake in galicia spain. Nemorensis lacus also called diana s mirror latin.
This lake is a new attraction targeted because of the beauty of its turquoise and hidden face. Instagram s famous monte neme lake turns out to be toxic dump multiple tourists have been hospitalised after taking a dip in the famous monte neme lake which is now considered to be a toxic dump and they are suffering from various reactions to the skin and digestive system. It might look instagram worthy but there is a dark reason why the quarry has a pretty blue hue.
Speculum dianae is a small circular volcanic lake in the lazio region of italy 30 km 19 mi south of rome taking its name from nemi the largest town in the area that overlooks it from a height. During the era of world war ii monte neme was a former mine. Monte neme is a flooded tungsten mine in spain s galicia region that has become famous among instagram users for its alluring turquoise water.
The photo hungry folks posted for pictures after swimming at the famous monte neme lake a body of turquoise hued water in northwestern coastal region of carballo. Spanish media say it was traditionally thought to be the place of witch covens and it was also used as a mine by the nazis during ww2 to extract tungsten wolfram to reinforce armaments.