Houses in Unusual Places

  • This is the famous "house between the rocks" located in France, along La Côte de Granit Rose in Brittany near Plougrescant. (Additional photographs of this house can be viewed here.)


  • This is actually an unusual "treehouse" restaurant located in Naha, Okinawa, Japan. The eatery is not actually up a tree, but rather is perched in a concrete stand constructed to resemble a tree; patrons access the restaurant through an elevator in the "trunk." (Additional photographs of the restaurant can be viewed here.)


  • This is a very old mill (believed to date from the 16th century) that lies straddling two piers of an ancient bridge over the Seine River near Vernon, France.


  • This is the Dar al-Hajar in Yemen, a rock palace built as summer residence for the Imam Yahya in the 1930s.


  • This is the Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse, a 19th century structure located in Chesapeake Bay, south of Annapolis, Maryland.


  • This is the early 20th century lighthouse of Westerhever, located on the Eiderstedt Peninsula in Germany’s Schleswig-Holstein region.


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