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  • Kaylee Fite

    Floating house, Ukraine. This building is a part of a potato sorting station. The metal cone is used for loading potatoes into trucks. It's a common construction in agricultural regions of Ukraine, but this one looks like misplaced or partly dismantled. Looks like a old barn(:

  • Will Munroe

    The Floating Castle, Odessa, Ukraine drew international attention when this image made its way around the Internet in 2006. Archinect.com said it was the remains of “bunker for the overload of mineral fertilizer." Although half destroyed, its unusual architecture lured many tourists to the site. The characteristic feature of this Flying Castle is that the building had only one support, which bore its entire mysterious structure. It was dismantled in May 2007 without explanation.

  • Thais Of London

    "Supported by a single cantilever, this mysterious levitating farm house belongs in a sci-fi flick. It’s claimed to be an old bunker for the overload of mineral fertilizers..." This 'floating castle in Ukraine' remings me of Howl's Moving Castle

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