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We’ve seen wonderful lists of the most creative, bizarre and quirky houses and they’re truly a marvel to see, but today it’s all about location, location, location! We put on our hiking boots, pack our backpacks and go traveling to some of the strangest places on earth where people have built their homes. Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 13 - Home grown… Before we knew too much about turning our homes into eco-friendlier versions of their selves, Icelanders were already far ahead of the game. They use the earth’s natural dirt to insulate their homes, which means once the grass starts growing, you’re blending in with the landscape beautifully. Also bear in mind that building materials are not easy to come by in more remote areas, so this is the perfect solution. By owning one of these homes, you’ll blend right in. 12 - Ready for Take Off… This Boeing 727 Hotel in Costa Rica is located deep in the heart of the jungle. So not only are you heading into the seriously awesome location of a jungle, but you can also brag that you’ve overnighted in a disused airplane flew from South Africa to Columbia once upon a time. Many amazing conversions have taken place in old aircraft, from restaurants, to homes, hotels and even a kindergarten. 11 - Rock On… Over in Utah you’ll find homes that have been blasted into a rock wall that form part of the Rockland Ranch Community. Around 100 people live there, and the area was founded 35-years ago. 10 - Cliff Hanger… Although Xuan Kong Si is actually a Monastery, I’ve added it to our list today – because technically, it is home to the monks that reside there. This particular mountain is considered sacred, and the Monastery in Mid Air – which is what Xuan Kong Si translated means – has been hanging there since 491 AD. To this day, architects are in awe of how they managed to get these dwellings to hang like this off the side of the cliff. They do know how it was done, but it’s remarkable they were able to do so. They were built high up as either a defence mechanism against marauders, or to protect themselves from floods. 9 - Home is where the heart is… This big house is located on Elliðaey Island, Vestmannaeyjar Archipelago in Iceland. An incredible view from above, but you’ll never be allowed to visit there. It was built in the 1700’s and at that time 5 families lived on the island. The house is now owned by a hunting club and you have to be a member to get there. They don’t have electricity but fortunately they do have a sauna. 8 - Oh, the places you’ll go… Over in Northern England these treehouses served as a form of protest. The residents of the treehouses built them to prevent authorities from quarrying for gritstone in the historic Nine Ladies Sit in Stanton Lees. 7 - Time to go home… This is the Brooklyn Clock Tower Home and it’s got a hefty price tag attached to it. It costs $15 million and offers the lucky owners a view of Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens. It’s 6,813-square-foot and at one stage was bring rented out for $50,000 a month! 6 - Welcome Home… Built in the 1700’s, let’s take a walk around Yemen’s Dar al-Hajar palace. The more modern part on top of the hill was built in the 1930’s by Yahya Muhammad Hamiddin, an Islamic Spiritual leader. The rooms of the palace are built into the side of a tall rock spire and you can buy a ticket and walk through this 5-story rock palace. 5 - The house of the rising sun… Although it’s uninhabited, this is just worth a share because it’s so bizarre. It’s known as the Floating Castle near Krasnosilka in Ukraine, and is actually an abandoned granary. 4 - Home is where you lay your hat… We head to Tunisia and pop in for tea at Matmâta. Thought to date back to the Roman times, inhabitants have dug these monstrous pits into the ground and tunnelled into the sides to create their living space. Nobody really knew about this place until the mid-60’s and that was thanks to the Star Wars film, A New Hope, where Luke Skywalker made his home on the planet Tatooine. Why they are built like this is not certain, but it could possibly have been to hide from the Egyptians or some like to believe that desert monsters used to live in those underground tunnels. 3 - Head for the hills… Admittedly, it’s not a house but a hotel, but the location is most certainly surreal! The Solvay hut is located at 13,000 feet on the Matterhorn in Zermatt, Switzerland. It offers a resting place for weary hikers! 2 - House on a hill… In this case, it would be more of a case of house in a hill. This was the creation of SeARCH and Christian Muller Architects, and the entire home is built into a hill. The shape allows for lots of natural light to filter into the home, exquisite panoramic views and loads of shelter. 1...
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From the unreal Yoro Park in Japan to the Bergpark Wilhelmshohe in Germany, here are Unbelievable Places That Really Exist. Learn about the BIGGEST of everything Monday, Wednesday, and Friday just subscribe! # 8 Yoro Park The town of Yoro located in the Gifu prefecture of Japan is relatively small and unremarkable with a population of just 33,000. However, many people are attracted to this place because of the Yoro Park Site of Reversible Destiny. It is a strange “theme park” that doesn’t have the roller coasters or rides that most theme parks offer. Instead, it boasts surreal landscaping, perfectly round domes covered in grass, and architecture that will make you scratch your head. It was originally designed to incorporate the 100 waterfalls in the area into a unified place. # 7 Beppu, Japan The Japanese island of Kyushu is home to many things, but is also known to be a very active hotbed of geothermal activity. Hot springs have bubbled up over the city of Beppu and are so hot they create huge steam clouds that rise above the rooftops, making it look like the entire city is on fire. These springs are colored a deep blue or deep orange but are too hot to bathe in, ranging in temperature from 50 to 99.5 degrees Celsius. This hot water is piped through the city to be used in homes, restaurants, and even in places where it is cooled down enough to help with physical therapy. # 6 Village of Monsanto Voted the most Portuguese village in Portugal and built to be intertwined with the landscape is the village of Monsanto. Looking at pictures might be shocking because it looks as if the village was crushed by a landslide. The village was built between, underneath, and around these boulders which have been there for as long as the village has. Monsanto was built in the 12th century and sits on top of a mountain, giving a spectacular view of the Italian countryside. # 5 Marble Caves of Chile Chico This stark rock shape is located in a peninsula bordering Lake General Carrera along the Chile-Argentina border. It’s one of the marble caves of Chile Chico, a giant outcropping of solid marble that has been slowly carved by water pushing up against it. The marble caves are very far removed from any established paved roads and require a 30 minute guided boat ride to get to. The parts that have been polished by the water reveal a beautiful pearly, swirling pattern hidden inside the rock. # 4 The Natural Bridge Most bridges are man-made marvels, but this one was made completely by Mother Nature. It was carved by Cedar Creek which flowed through it over the course of thousands of years. It’s a 65 meter high bridge that is sacred to the Monacan tribe and was later surveyed by American colonists. One of these colonists was George Washington who allegedly carved his initials into the rock. # 3 The Blue Forest The Hallerbos, or Blue Forest, is a dream-like forest in Belgium. Most times of the year it’s beautiful, but unremarkable as far as forests go. However, every spring, the forest takes on a whole new quality that makes it seem straight out of a dream. The forest floor blooms with blue bell flowers, completely saturating the place with the densest meadow of bluebells in all of Europe. # 2 Atlantic Ocean Road We’ve all heard of taking the “scenic route”, but the Atlantic Ocean Road takes that to the next level. This winding road curves over and around the brutal Norwegian Sea. The road connects several tiny islands together to unify the country, and to do this it crosses the beautiful scenery of the Norwegian coasts. Despite several arched bridges and elevated roads, the water will still occasionally crash over the road during storms. If you are lucky and brave enough to cross this road, you will be rewarded with some of the most breathtaking views in the world. # 1 Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe This image has been circulating on the internet for at least four years now and is frequently captioned as being somewhere near Poland or Germany. While this actual image is just a photo mockup, there is a similar waterfall castle that actually exists in Kassel Germany. The Bergpark Wilhelmshohe is an old water park that was first built in 1696. It’s equipped to handle 92,000 gallons that flow through the three-century-old pneumatic devices. The water most notable flows down a 350-meter long cascade/slide that makes it look like a castle sitting directly on top of a water park. You can still visit the Bergpark Wilhelmshohe despite its age as it was designated a UNESCO world heritage spot in 2013.
From Salk Institute for Biological Studies to Hotel Inntel Zaandam here are 20 Most Futuristic Buildings. Can you live in one of these? Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr # 10 The Crystal The Crystal is a building in east London on the Royal Victoria Dock that contains a permanent exhibition of sustainable technologies and lifestyle which means it sincerely looks into the future in a way other futuristic buildings might not accomplish. The entire building is made of glass, which is why it looks like a crystal and creates a futuristic silhouette. The Crystal uses its own solar power and underground thermal energy with heat. It is also one of the most sustainable buildings in the world. # 9 Rhine Tower Rheinturm or Rhine Tower in English is a 600-foot tall television tower in Dusseldorf, Germany that looks like a futuristic landmark jutting out from the German skyline. While it primarily serves a broadcasting point for radio and TV signals and has a restaurant and observation deck, it also has another weird feature. The lights on the side of the concrete shaft of the tower work as the world’s largest digital clock, a more futuristic sci-fi take on the classic clock tower. # 8 Agora Theatre The Agora Theatre extends the IKEA aesthetic into architecture into a futuristic multi-use theatre in Flevoland of the Netherlands. The high saturated colors of orange on the outside and a pink lobby on the inside make it look like a neon sci-fi structure. At night it has a colorful glow that attracts people from all around. # 7 Druzhba The Druzhba is a health spa overlooking the beach in Yalta, Russia that was designed in 1986. The weirdly futurist looking building reminds so many people of a militaristic structure that many people call it a “Super Villain Hideout” and even Turkish spies thought it was a secret government building. However, the space-pod like design creates separate private balconies for customers to enjoy. However the architect of the building, Vasilevsky admits he used flying saucers and time machines as inspiration for his design. # 6 Gardens by the Bay The Gardens by the Bay is a large and beautiful nature park in Singapore that serves as another tourist hotspot in a hotbed of other Singaporean tourist hotspots. It includes 250 acres of reclaimed land, but the most interesting features of the Gardens are the Supertrees, 16 story high structures that are covered with actual live plants, including rare species. The super large artificial trees covered in real life plants is a concept straight out of a sci-fi movie, but you can actually visit it right now. # 5 The Atomium The Atomium is a building in Brussels that was originally constructed for Expo 58in the 1958 Brussels World’s Fair. Its design is obviously based on that of an atom, specifically the unit cell of an iron crystal built up to exactly 165 billion bigger than a normal cell. It was once built to show off, but the retro future building has since been converted into a museum. It also holds the distinction of being Europe’s most bizarre building by CNN. # 4 It Works Fingerprint Building The It Works Fingerprint building is an idea that came about in an advertising campaign of an idea made of a series of facades that create the shape of a fingerprint. It is not something you can find in real life yet, but with the increasingly creative building shapes, it could come about very soon. # 3 Hotel Inntel Zaandam The Hotel Inntel Zaandam in North Holland looks like a high-tech mash up of several buildings stacked up on top of each other. The hotel is 11 stories high and is an architectural marvel that couldn’t even be imagined a few decades ago. Altogether this weird futuristic conglomeration of homes has 70 cottage facades. # 2 Book Mountain Near Rotterdam in the Netherlands, you can find the epic Book Mountain, a glass pyramid building encasing a mountain entirely made of books. The outer shell of Book Mountain is made mostly of glass panes and wood that challenges the usual stuffiness and closed-off atmosphere of the usual library. # 1 Salk Institute for Biological Studies The Salk Institute for Biological Studies is an independent and non-profit scientific research institute located in San Diego, California, United States and is primarily used for research into molecular biology, genetics, neuroscience, and plant biology. It consistently ranks as the world’s top biomedicine research institute and has a minimalist and futuristic architecture to match its cutting edge reputation.
Amazing and unreal restaurants all over the world and here are a few like the Floating restaurant and the smallest restaurant ever!
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8- World's Smallest Restaurant –The restaurant is called “Just for Two,” and is pretty self-explanatory. It has only one table with room for, you guessed it! Two. If you’re lucky enough to be half of the duo dining at this restaurant then you are in for a treat. You will be feasting on a magnificent Italian meal, waited on hand and foot. Your privacy is important to the staff and the wait staff will only come if summoned by a bell. The restaurant staff aims to please and will even arrange private fireworks and chauffeur service upon request. You will pay for this kind of service though – this experience starts at around $325 per person.
7- MuvBox Shipping Container Restaurant– Daniel Noiseux is the owner of the Muvbox – a restaurant located in Montreal, Canada. At first glance it looks like a plain rectangle, but once the rectangle is unfolded it turns into a beautiful restaurant with outdoor seating and a canopy. Noiseux fitted a kitchen and seating for 28 diners into 28 standard shipping containers with a floor made from recycled tires. The fact that it’s portable means it can be picked up and taken anywhere – an outdoor festival, a new venue, a convention. But what’s really cool is with a push of a button, the restaurant goes from closed up tight to deployed in under 2 minutes. It specializes in local, fresh food – including lobster and duck.
6- Mineshaft Restaurant – Located inside a 115 year old mine shaft at a depth of 1246 feet underground, the idea of the “pop-down” restaurant seemed like the perfect unique dining experience to chef Timo Linnamaki. He says that preparing the food so far below ground was all about being closer to the earth, but it’s definitely the weirdest place he’s ever cooked. Being so far below ground, the outside world disappears and the focus is entirely on the food. The 64 seat restaurant has been fully booked since its inception.
5- Cardboard Restaurant – So, you may have heard of someone living in a cardboard box, but how about dining in one? In Taichung Taiwan, there’s a restaurant called Carton King Restaurant where everything from the seats, to the tables, to the plates, to the cups are all made of cardboard. The whole idea behind an establishment like this is being able to recycle almost everything within it. The point is to remind people that cardboard and paper can be utilized for so many things. The food is said to be subpar and pretty expensive, but you’re paying for the experience – which is a pretty cool one!
4- Bank Vault Restaurant – The old Denver National Bank building is now the Broker Restaurant and the setting for a pretty awesome dining experience. The cherry wood booths where diners can enjoy their meal are the same booths that were once used by bank customers to view their safety deposit boxes years ago. Private rooms include the library, the study, the board room and a main dining area. The wine cellar is even located 35 feet below ground in the original cash vault.
3- Floating Restaurant – The Salt & Sill restaurant is located on a 23 room barge and is a top-rated seafood restaurant specializing in herring and fresh produce. Each of the 23 rooms has outdoor seating areas, and the nicest suite on the barge even has a private roof-top jacuzzi. The reason this barge was made into a bizarre spot for a restaurant- the adjacent land didn’t have room.
2- Airplane Restaurant – When you think of fine dining you may not immediately think of airplane food, but this restaurant, set inside a Douglas DC6 aircraft doesn’t serve your typical airplane food on plastic trays. With a menu consisting of an 8 oz Raptide, Vampire gammon steak, Bomber T-bone steak and Meteor marinade fillet, this 40 seater restaurant is about as unique as you can get. Located at Coventry Airport in the UK, diners can have the opportunity to view the aircrafts original cockpit and summon waiters using the original call buttons, just like you would use to call a stewardess.
1- Monkey Restaurant – Just your average Japanese sake-house style restaurant – or is it? The Kayabukiya Tavern is located just north of Tokyo, Japan and has attracted international attention for its bizarre main attractions. The owner is Kaoro Otsuka and he happens to own two macaque monkeys – who he employed to work at the restaurant. The first monkey is named Yat-Chan and, dressed it a shirt and shorts – takes customers drink orders and drops them at the bar. The second, younger monkey is named Fuku-chan and has the task of bringing hot towels to the diners to clean up before dinner. For their hard work, the monkeys receive boiled beans from customers as tips.