Casa Terracota (Villa de Leyva/ Colombia)
Casa Terracota - the ceramic house - was built by Colombian architect Octavio Mendoza. It was made by sculpting the building out of clay then firing it in high temperature making it resistant to water, damage from earthquakes, and comfortably cool in hot climates. Watch this video for a virtual tour: Visit their website for more photos & info: Link
Marvel Parent Preferences
⚠️I don't own any marvel characters, marvel gets all rights⚠️ ❕For girls but if your male, just imagine it as a boy❕ ✨Your the child of your favorite marvel character✨ ‼️some offensive language‼️
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