|4||The Kvivik Igloo
Kvivik is a village from the Faroe Islands on the coast of Denmark. A pair of identical igloos was built there. Each structure has about 91 square meters and a kitchen, a living room with double bed and a loft. Both igloos are very friendly with the nature. It has a lush green roof and they are so near to the mountains and the ocean. Tourists enjoy these two constructions as they can be rented at least for two nights....
|4||The One Log House
Would you believe that a tree trunk may become a house for you? So, there is a house carved into a huge, over 2,000 years old, tree of 42 tons. The tree is of the same family as the sequoia trees are. It was “built" by the carpenter Art Schmock in 1946. He exhibited this home at various fairs and festivals log across the country to promote the beautiful old trees in Northern California and his labor source. The house, which is almost 10 feet long and about 1.80 high, ...
|4||The Upside-Down House
It represents a memorial to the horrors of communism and crimes against the humanity. The house was built at the initiative of Daniel Czapiewski, a Polish businessman who deals with the construction of wooden houses. The construction lasted 114 days, 5 times more than usual, because the workers felt confused and disoriented in the strange house. The house is a tourist attraction, but people who visit complain of symptoms similar to sea sickness. Czapiewski is also the holder of a Guinnes...
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