How a heat wave revealed the outlines of a hidden garden and ghost village
from Atlas Obscura
Across the United Kingdom and Ireland this summer, heatwaves and wildfires have been revealing hidden signs of the past, from crop marks dating back thousands of years to giant signs meant to signal World War II pilots. At Chatsworth House, a Derbyshire estate perhaps most famous for its connection to Pride and Prejudice, the heat wave has exposed the outlines of a long-gone world — the gardens and village that existed here back in the 17th and 18th centuries.
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