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Ingenious Tiny Homes That Will Inspire You To Live Small

These small houses will really make you question whether you need all that space. The recent tiny house movement appeals to people because it is an economical, but also sustainable and minimal way to live. Many people choose to take their home into their own hands and build these tiny dwellings themselves. Gaze at these examples of homeowners’ personal tiny homes for real-life success stories of creative ways to live small in style. They might even inspire you to build your own tiny house, or at least live more simply. Thanks for visiting us today, and I hope you enjoyed the tiny homes.

 Japanese Forest House

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The Most Beautiful Tree Houses From All Over The World

Almost every child has dreamed of having a tree house. Some were lucky enough to have one, and some still haven’t lost this dream even if they are grown ups now. So what is it so fascinating about having a shelter up in the trees? Freedom, harmony with nature, wilderness, and most importantly – no rules. From the tiniest uneven constructions to the most magnificent mansions – every tree house is perfect. Take a look at this collection of the most impressive pieces from all over the world and tell me you don’t want one!

Built For My Two Children With My Own Fair Hands

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The 15 Castles Built for Love

Castles built by love seem like both. There are many examples of architecture built for love, but to celebrate Valentine’s Day we wanted to hone in on castles love built. While this amazing architecture seems like something out of a fairy tale, and a wonderfully romantic way to say I Will Always Love You, not all end with happily ever after. The irony is that almost all of these grand displays of love ended in tragedy.

The inside and outlying buildings are primarily built of red sandstone. The architectural styles of the Taj Mahal include Indian, Islamic and Persian, but the main reason for the entire “castle” is the tomb and repeating mantra of love lost.

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Hotel Banyan Tree Ungasan in Bali

Banyan Tree Ungasan hotel is located on the southern island province of Bali in Indonesia. Built on the edge of a cliff 70 meters above the Indian Ocean, the hotel is conceived as a symbiosis of old and new, ancient and modern. Outwardly, it resembles a traditional Balinese village and designed so that the maximum open an unprecedented view of the ocean.

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Ice Hotel de Glace in Quebec

Located just 10 minutes from downtown Quebec City, Canada, Hôtel de Glace is one of the mandatory winter attractions of the city. It opened in 2001 and since then it has been visited more than half a million people. Huge ice caves decorated with beautiful sculptures and offers sleep in sleeping bags. The cost of living in the Hôtel de Glace starts at $ 219 per person per night.

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Travel the world… Ohrid, Macedonia

Ohrid – the pearl of the town, situated on the shore of the lake of the same name and located in the south-west of Macedonia, near the border with Albania. It is an ancient city that existed during the Roman Empire, and many monuments of ancient architecture. Even from the ruins of the ancient theater, in which at the time were fighting gladiators. A well-preserved church of St. John the Divine, which rises on a cliff above the lake. In the heart of the old city is the Basilica of St. Sophia. This temple was built in the years 1037-1054, it remained unique icons XI century. Ohrid is also notable for the fact that this is where Cyril and Methodius worked on the creation of the Slavic alphabet.

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Stone Masterpiece…Chittorgarh Fort

The walls of the grand fortress called Fort Chittorgarh an area exceeding 280 hectares, rise above the plain and the town of the same name. Location Fort selected randomly mound 180 meters dominates the countryside, and the area it is extensive enough to her could accommodate the ancient capital of Rajasthan … Chittorgarh Fort has a long and very sad story. Despite the good location – high on a hill, standing among the plains, a large area and high population, the fort was captured three times as enemies. When, after a long siege of the fort, it was clear that further resistance was useless, the male population came out of the fort to meet his own death, and at that time, women and children pokanchivali suicide by burning alive in a big bonfire. During the capture of the fort in 1535, thus killing 13 000 women and 32 000 men. Today, the fort attracts many tourists with its many attractions. Central among these is the eight-story tower stambha Vijaya or Victory Column, which is fully decorated with carvings and bas-reliefs. For well-prepared physically tourists have the opportunity to rise to the top, overcoming the steep climb up the ladder. It is also interesting to explore the ruins of palaces and ancient temples. On the territory of the fort was built more than one hundred and thirty churches. However, the majority now only ruins, but some retained their original appearance. On the territory of the fort is also the old city, where people are living quite a normal village life. So the tourists have a chance to get acquainted with the everyday life of Chittorgarh fort.

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A Disney Experience in Paris

 Ever since Mr Walt Disney opened up the first ever Disney theme park in Anaheim California in 1955, a Disney theme park experience has become an essential cultural endeavour and one that you are likely to feel inclined to experience at least once in your lifetime, regardless of whether you’re a theme park fan or not. For the ultimate theme park experience, getting those all important Disney tickets, heading to Orlando and spending a fortnight venturing around Disney World and all the other theme parks that take residence in this part of the world is ideal.

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