Coober Pedy, Australia: This small town in the middle of nowhere, Australia, is home to some of the strangest houses on Earth. A combination of climactic conditions and the existence of opal mining in the region have literally driven the residents underground. Everything from residences to churches are carved out of the ground as the above images show.
They may be cute, colourful and chatty, but South American quaker parrots have taken up residence in Madrid and other Spanish cities, irritating residents with their shrill squawks and destabilising the ecosystem:
13. Calabasas Situated in the hills west of the San Fernando Valley, Calabasas is a prosperous city that offers residents a wonderful mix of activities for mind and body. Calabasas is also an educated city, with over half the residents having earned a bachelor’s degree or higher
Frick's Lock - The Modern Day Ghost town A whole entire town full of beautiful colonial homes from the 1700/1800's, left completely abandoned as the limerick nuclear power plant was built so close that the state government made the residents move away and declared the place as unfit to live in. This small hamlet found in eastern pennsylvania, is a modern day ghost town in all meanings of the word. Once a thriving community on the schukyill river, Frick's lock is now inhabited only by g
This narrow areaway alley between two houses on the Island San Giulio, in Italy, takes the residents right away to their boats on Lake Orta - Photo by Hanny Heim Snowbird Photography #italy #italien #architecure #isolasangiulio #boats