1. Abbey Pillar Katshki
Maxime Qavtaradze monk, 59, lived alone for 20 years at the monastery atop the pillar Pillar Katshki in Chiatura, Georgia. When you want to leave this place, it would take 20 minutes to climb down the ladder. It used to be inhabited by Christians who in the 15th century when they fled from the Ottoman Empire invaded Georgia.



Christian believers provide food and necessities to monks Qavtaradze by winch system and he pointed down the mountain 2 times / week to pray with the faithful. He slept in a closet when he was moved to the top of this pillar, but then, a little house with the bedrooms have been built here.
2. The house on the river Drina
Located unsteady on rock in the middle Drina River near Bajina Basta in Serbia town, this house still exists for 45 years despite facing strong winds and floods terrible. This work has become attractive tourist destination for visitors in the area.
The idea to build the house appeared in 1964, when a group of young people bathing in the river Drina or need a spot to rest. They found rocks lying between life and often temporary stay here. Then, a group of young people decided to build a small house on the rocks.
3. Stone Mountain
Casa do Penedo house was built between two mountains natural rocks Fafe in Portugal. It has the same style as the stone house in the animated film "Flintstones house" with doors and bulletproof windows.
The house used to be the accommodation of a family. But it has become attractive tourist destination after being moved to a local museum and harness management.

             
4. The only house on the island in Iceland
About 300 years ago, the island in Iceland from Elidaey is inhabited by five families. They survive by hunting puffin birds, livestock and fishing. In the 1900s, the island was abandoned after the family moved away and no one to live there.
In recent years, the local hunting association has built a small house on the island Elidaey to stay when they come to hunt puffin birds. Some rumors said that the government had given the island Iceland singer Bjork as to bring more attention to the country, but this information is not accurate.
5. The world's most bizarre hotel
Errante guesthouse with bizarre shapes are built in "Open City" near Ritoque, Chile. This is a settlement was formed as part of the architectural experiments in the 1970s.
 "Open City" is the idea of ​​the teachers of the School of Design and Architecture at the University of Chile's Valpara√≠so. During the past 40 years, the collaborators have built the structure in an area of ​​300 hectares.
6. Hotels in trees
Hotels cube is built in the middle of a forest, Harads, Sweden. Works easily be detected by the reflective glass panels were installed around the. Resort guests on this large room 4x4m with 12m long rope bridge.
7. The egg tree
Computer engineer Joel Allen had the idea to build a tree house shaped like an egg on Whistler Mountain in Canada. He began to create a microcosm for testing the strength of the design before embarking on the actual construction.
Joel Allen took years and thousands of dollars with the help of everyone to complete their dream project. Finally, he also created the tree house with a room named in HemLoft unique.
8. The rock in the desert
Eagle's Nest Lodge is a complex of stone houses built in the foothills of Aus nature reserve Klein Aus Vista in Namibia. You sure do not want to be sleepwalking here because the front of the house is the endless desert.