Underwater ‘Castle’ Emerges From River as Droughts Affect Turkey
December 27, 2021
Drought in Turkey has revealed a long lost castle. Hastek castle was carved into the mountain along the Euphrates river. It became submerged in water in 1974 when a dam started to hold water. The castle can only be reached by boat but historians and tourists are jumping at the chance to get a look at this elusive structure. The castle has several rooms connected by long narrow galleries. Inside Edition Digital’s Mara Montalbano has more.