This Austrian park majestically transforms into a lake in the summer.
In the winter you’ll find crisp, tranquil grasslands and lake that is only about 3 to 6 feet deep.
As spring approaches, snow and ice melts and trickles down onto the park, dramatically rising the water levels.
Come summer, the lake becomes 40 feet deep and turns into a hotspot for scuba divers.
The lake becomes green thanks to the foliage and grass lining the bottom of the basin.
The entire park, benches and all, become submerged under the crystal-clear water from the mountains.
By summer, it’s a lake about 40 feet deep!
The result is an eerie underwater world, which is equal parts magical and beautiful.