Water levels on Italy's Lake Garda at 15-year low

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A bed of rock emerges from the waters of Lake Garda, after a drought brought its water levels down to a 15-year low.
Italy's largest lake, a popular tourist destination, has been severely affected by hot temperatures and a lack of significant rainfall for months.
Parts of northern Italy are experiencing their worst drought in 70 years.
Water levels on Italy's Lake Garda at 15-year low. Video, 00:00:38
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