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Portugal's Stone House

Portugal's Stone House
© Feliciano Guimarães
© Feliciano Guimarães

What do you think of this crazy stone house tucked into the Fafe Mountains in Portugal? Constructed between two giant stones and linked with a concrete mix, the house is rumored to be inspired by the popular American Flintstones cartoon. Although quite unusual, the prehistoric-looking residence does feature some traditional components such as windows, a front door, and even a shingled roof. As you might expect, the house’s design attracts thousands of tourists each year.

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Via Gizmodo. Photos from Flickr via user Jsome 1, Feliciano Guimarães.

© Feliciano Guimarães
© Feliciano Guimarães
© Feliciano Guimarães
© Feliciano Guimarães

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Cite: Karen Cilento. "Portugal's Stone House " 18 Aug 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/73745/stone-house/> ISSN 0719-8884
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