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  • Joan Ducksworth

    12 Hobbit Houses to Make You Consider Moving Underground

  • Tracy Shoup

    Cone Cave houses

  • Brittany Maggrett

    Hobbit Homes in Iran

  • Carrie Kilgore

    Iranian Troglodyte Homes The Iranian village of Kandovan is usually described as a "gigantic termite colony". Volcanic rock formed a small group of cone-like caves that eventually attracted human inhabitants. The small town, like many of the other underground dwellings on this list, has become a veritable tourist destination.

  • Princess Dee

    13 Hobbit Houses. You Won’t Believe That People Actually Live In.. 9. Iranian Troglodyte Homes

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