The most unusual houses in the world

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The most unusual houses in the world

Nowadays, you can see at home, which can hit the imagination of complexity or, conversely, the simplicity of its design. We offer you a selection of the most unusual buildings in the world, each of which, undoubtedly, absorbed a part of the personality of its owner.

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The house plane that you can see in this photo is located in the village of Mizyara, North Lebanon. Mizyara is known for its extraordinary houses, and to see there buildings resembling ancient Greek temples or Egyptian ruins, will not be a wonder.
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On the roof of this house, located in Oxford, you can see a shark statue. The sculpture, made of fiberglass and reaching a length of 7.6 meters, was installed in memory for the 41st anniversary of the dropping of the atomic bomb on Nagasaki.
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House pyramid in the village of Miziara, in the north of Lebanon.
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A house, similar to an ancient Greek temple, is under construction. Baalbek, Lebanon.
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On the roof of this 19-storey building located in Guangzhou, a gazebo immersed in the verdure of trees is illegally erected.
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This house is built on a cliff by the Drina River, near the western town of Bayina-Basta in Serbia. The house was built in 1968 by a group of young people who decided that a rock by the river was the perfect place for a tiny refuge. So says the co-owner, one of the company that built the house.
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Houses on the roof of a factory building in Dongguan urban district, Guangdong, China.
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Small house model "tumbleweed", riding on the highway near Colorado. The construction of tiny houses started several years ago thanks to lovers of simple life. The area of ​​these small houses ranges from 93 to 9.3 square meters, but, nevertheless, they can hardly be called shacks.
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38-year-old Lew Lynchao bears his home in the Chinese town of Shapa. Five years ago, Lew decided to return on foot to his hometown of Rongano county from Shenzhen province, where he had previously been earning money. From improvised means - bamboo, plastic bags and sheets - Lew made himself a “portable room” 1.5 meters wide and two meters high. The room weighs about 60 kg, and Lew wears it all the time, covering about 20 km per day. On the day this photo was published, Lew was at a distance of 20 km from his hometown.
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Heliodom, a bioclimatic solar house, was built in Cosviller near Strasbourg (Eastern France) in 2011. The house is a huge three-dimensional sundial. It is set at a certain angle with respect to the movement of the sun, so in the hot summer months there is always shade and coolness in the house, and in autumn, in winter and spring the sun in the sky is below and shines directly into the large windows, warming the house inside.
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This photo captures girls jumping on a trampoline near a house built right in the rock. Unusual home located in Rockland Farmers Cooperative in Utah. “The Rock”, according to the recollections of members of 15 families living in it, was built about 35 years ago in sandstone deposits near the Canyonlands National Park.
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In this photo you can see a Bulgarian woman peeping into her house, furnished right in the wine barrel. In Central Spain there is a whole camp consisting of such unusual houses, 40 of which are ethnic Turks, who came from Bulgaria to gather grapes during the six-week annual harvest. They sleep in overturned wine barrels about the size of a car.The makeshift camp is located in Castile-La Mancha not far from the Socéliamos Agricultural Society.
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Bohumil Lkhota, a 73-year-old builder, built his house near the town of Jablonec nad Nisou, a hundred kilometers northeast of Prague. Lhote had the idea to create a unique house, and in 1981 he began construction. The man wanted to build a home closer to nature and the earth, to be able to take advantage of the cool temperature of the dungeon. Construction was completed in 2002, the house can move up and down and turn in different directions, which allows you to change the view from the window.
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This house is located near the San José del Pedros in the northern state of Mexico Coahuila. For more than 30 years, Benito Hernandez and his family have lived in a strange house of cobblestone, dried out in the sun, and the roof of it is a rock with a diameter of 40 meters. Accommodation is located near the town of San José del Pedros in the arid desert of Coahuila, approximately 80 kilometers from the Texas border.
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Architect Harry Chang is resting in a hammock in his apartment, which is located in Hong Kong and occupies 32 square meters. Chang grew up in exactly the same small apartment and now came up with an innovative solution for the increasingly constrained conditions of citizens.This is a "apartment-transformer", just like in science fiction movies.
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This is one of the narrowest houses in the world. It was built as an art installation between two buildings in Warsaw. The width of the building is only 92 centimeters, it was built for the Israeli writer Etgar Keret. Keret told the television channel TVN24 that he would live there, coming to Warsaw twice a year. The writer conceived this project as a kind of memorial to the families of his parents who died because of the Holocaust during the Second World War.
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These 70 domed buildings were built by an American organization in the village of Samberharjo near Jakarta for residents left without a roof over their heads due to the earthquake that occurred on May 8, 2007.
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In this picture, Brazilian artists Thiago Primo and his brother Gabriel hang on the wall of a house in Rio de Janeiro. The quaint vertical “house on the wall”, invented by artists, attracts the attention of thousands of passers-by in the center of Rio.
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Workers demolish a private villa, surrounded by artificial stones, which was located on the roof of a 26-story residential building located in Beijing.
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This photo shows a tree house in Le Pian-Medoc in southwest France.France’s Natura Cabana leases a variety of small buildings, places them on trees and rents for an ecological vacation.
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This is the home of Thierry Atta in the form of a crocodile in the capital of Côte d’Ivoire, Abidjan. Atta was a student of the artist Moussa Calo, who designed and built the house. The artist himself died two months ago.
The most unusual houses in the world

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