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Небольшой дом в 250-летней башне на острове в Хорватии башня, дом, хорватия, длиннопост

Небольшой дом в 250-летней башне на острове в Хорватии башня, дом, хорватия, длиннопост

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Una cabaña de cuento muy rústica

Una cabaña de cuento muy rústica

Pyramid tomb, Ukraine

Pyramid tomb, Ukraine

Round house made with papercrete bricks and how to make them.

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Round house made with papercrete bricks and how to make them.

These are the collapsible hotel rooms of Flexotels. They’re used at festivals and events all over the world and they even have extended versions with bathrooms. These fold-out and ready to as…

These are the collapsible hotel rooms of Flexotels. They’re used at festivals and events all over the world and they even have extended versions with bathrooms. These fold-out and ready to as…

Roman legionaries building a watch tower over the Danube River

Roman legionaries building a watch tower over the Danube River

Enoch Robinson created for his residence (1856, 36 Atherton Street) one of the most unusual buildings in the Boston area.

Enoch Robinson created for his residence (1856, 36 Atherton Street) one of the most unusual buildings in the Boston area.

Medieval Kilkenny. The Anglo-Norman lord William Marshal built Kilkenny's first city walls in c1210 for colonists from England, Wales & Flanders. The first wall was built from oak timbers set on top of earthen ramparts, outside of which ran a ditch. 60 years later, his grandson Gilbert De Clare replaced the earth & timber defences with a stone wall and towers. This view has Talbot's Tower in the foreground, built around 1270 and renamed after the 15th century Mayor of Kilkenny Robert Talbot.

Medieval Kilkenny. The Anglo-Norman lord William Marshal built Kilkenny's first city walls in c1210 for colonists from England, Wales & Flanders. The first wall was built from oak timbers set on top of earthen ramparts, outside of which ran a ditch. 60 years later, his grandson Gilbert De Clare replaced the earth & timber defences with a stone wall and towers. This view has Talbot's Tower in the foreground, built around 1270 and renamed after the 15th century Mayor of Kilkenny Robert Talbot.

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