Droughtwaters in Europe are revealing long-forgotten and hidden objects the rest of the world was never meant to see. The world’s dried-up waterways have revealed ancient tree stumps and unexploded WWII-era bombs. In Italy, the Po River has gotten so low that it revealed an unexploded bomb from the second World War. In Spain, an entire Roman village can now be seen on the banks of the Limia River in Galicia, Spain. In the Czech Republic, the most famous stone ‘hunger’ stones are inscribed with hunger warnings, making their appearance ‘creepy’ and ‘we weep’ in their appearance, according to Czech Republic’s Big Hungry’ Stone Stonehenge, which has been made visible for the second time since 2019. . . .