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Stone House in Fafe, Portugal

Aug 17, 2010 by     1 Comment     Posted under: Architecture

The ture stone house, in the montains of Fafe, Portugal. “Inspired by the Flintstones, this odd house was constructed between two giant stones on the hillside of Fafe Mountains in Portugal. Like most contemporary homes, it has a front door, roof, and selection of windows, while the huge spherical boulder on the uphill side of the house and scoop-shaped end give it a prehistoric feel.” Photos by Feliciano Guimaraes.

Submitted by César Couto

Founder of Paranoias, I was born in São Miguel, the biggest island from the archipelago of the Azores in Portugal. I'm a freelancer in web development and web design and I'm passionate about design, technology and photography. Socially, I'm everywhere, Facebook, Google+ or Twitter, but I normally post in Portuguese.

  • Jelly

    Beautiful photos – fantastic house!


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