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SUNLAND BAOBAB - There is a bar inside this hollowed out 6000-year-old South African baobab tree.

Sunland Baobab

SUNLAND BAOBAB - There is a bar inside this hollowed out 6000-year-old South African baobab tree.

Crooked forest, Gryfino, Poland. Taken by tapenade on Flickr.

Crooked forest, Gryfino, Poland. Taken by tapenade on Flickr.

Somali Landscapes, Scenery, and National Parks | Picture Gallery - SkyscraperCity

Somali Landscapes, Scenery, and National Parks | Picture Gallery - SkyscraperCity

Sunland Baobab Pub (Modjadjiskloof, Limpopo Province, South Africa)

Sunland Baobab Pub (Modjadjiskloof, Limpopo Province, South Africa)

sunland baobab #0707-2301 (2,000 years old; limpopo province, south africa)  Rachel Sussman - Oldest living things project

sunland baobab #0707-2301 (2,000 years old; limpopo province, south africa) Rachel Sussman - Oldest living things project

The biggest Baobab Tree in the world.(Magoebaskloof near Tzaneen) Also possible the oldest tree in the world, dating back 6000 years! And so far as I know the only tree with a bar inside - known as the Boabab Bar (via Funky Doodle Donkey) - I can add...The sound of the soundsystem is awesome inside the tree!!!!

The biggest Baobab Tree in the world.(Magoebaskloof near Tzaneen) Also possible the oldest tree in the world, dating back 6000 years! And so far as I know the only tree with a bar inside - known as the Boabab Bar (via Funky Doodle Donkey) - I can add...The sound of the soundsystem is awesome inside the tree!!!!

A treebar, sounds like a lofty edifice perched amid sturdy branches, but this South African watering hole is actually built inside an enormous, 6,000-year-old baobab tree. Over several millennia, the trunk’s wood naturally hollowed out, allowing enough room to accommodate 15 people. The property’s owners took advantage of the natural phenomenon to create an entertaining space within the surprisingly roomy interior.

Nightclubs and Bars in Unexpected Places

A treebar, sounds like a lofty edifice perched amid sturdy branches, but this South African watering hole is actually built inside an enormous, 6,000-year-old baobab tree. Over several millennia, the trunk’s wood naturally hollowed out, allowing enough room to accommodate 15 people. The property’s owners took advantage of the natural phenomenon to create an entertaining space within the surprisingly roomy interior.

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