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IN OMG! ON 26 Sep, 2014
Do you like to live your life 'On the Edge'? If not, then the following story is not for you.
Since the ancient times, extreme heights have delighted humans. From Meteora monasteries of Greece to hanging houses in Spain, all of them are located at high altitudes and are strict No No for acrophobics.
To all the adventure enthusiasts out there, these places will make your day. So pack your bags and explore these exotic locations.
It is inspired by Picasso. This house has a spectacular view of the sea. The house is made by Durbach Block Jaggers.
This Monasteries make up for great adventure in Greece. These monasteries were made in ancient times( 11th century) and they look as if they are hanging.
This house hangs at Hemloft, Canada. This probably is illegal and yet unknown to many.
Situated on a Basalt Rock, there was a society of 1000 people who lived here in middle ages.
This thrilling house is designed by architect Fran Silvestre. It overlooks the Mediterranean sea and made of white lime stone.
Cuenca's Hanging Houses (Casas Colgadas) were built on a cliff near Huecar River more than 500 years ago.
This house is made on 130 Ft Australian Pine and the balance of this house blows the mind of many people.
This small cabin is made at rocky-cabin, made at the middle of Drina River. It was made as a clubhouse in 1968 by a group of boys.
This house is designed by Frank Llyod Wright, he carved stones from mountain side and made a scenic waterfall from the
This land overlooking Los Angeles was brought by Buck Stahl in 1959 and it was for $14000. He created a residence completed with glass.
The house offers panoramic views. After a long search, he finally found a gutsy architect named Pierre Koenig who created a gravity defying design.
This hut is made as a rest-house for the mountaineers before they reach Gorner Glacier in the Pennine Alps.
This island is inhabited by many animals and the town is build on very high altitude. The houses are engraved from inside the mountain and there are no roads.
It looks like ancient house but there is nothing ancient about this, it was designed by by modern architect Terunobu Fujimori.
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