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Stunning underground homes

Ever since first people on our planet, earth crust was used as shelter, home and sanctuary. From deep underground caves to shallow covered dugouts, here are some of the most amazing underground homes in the world.

Cave pool, Santorini, Greece

Cave pool, Santorini, Greece

Cave dwelling, Sicily

Cave dwelling, Sicily

Domus Civita, Italy

Domus Civita, Italy 2 Domus Civita, Italy

Caves in Nottingham, England

Caves in Nottingham, England

Hillside Home, Vals, Switzerland

Hillside Home, Vals, Switzerland

Cave homes, Cappadocia, Turkey

Cave homes, Cappadocia, Turkey

House Cave, Sacromonte, Spain

House Cave, Sacromonte, Spain

Rock houses, Iceland

Rock houses, Iceland

A hogan in Arizona

A hogan in Arizona

Vardezia cave city, Georgia

Vardezia cave city, Georgia

Bad Blumau, Austria

Bad Blumau, Austria

The Brochs of Coigach, Scotland

The Brochs of Coigach, Scotland

Beckham Creek Cave Lodge, Parthenon, Arkansas

Beckham Creek Cave Lodge, Parthenon, Arkansas

Sala Silvermine, Sweden

Sala Silvermine, Sweden

Village of Kandovan, Iran

Village of Kandovan, Iran Village of Kandovan, Iran 2

Nas montanhas de Fafe, Portugal

Nas montanhas de Fafe, Portugal

Dietikon, Switzerland

Dietikon, Switzerland

Aloni house, Antiparos Island, Greece

Aloni house, Antiparos Island, Greece

Bolton Eco House, England

Bolton Eco House, England

Malator in Druidstone, Wales

Malator in Druidstone, Wales

Rock house

Rock house

Matmata village, Tunisia

Matmata village, Tunisia

Cave House, Festus, Missouri

Cave House, Festus, Missouri

House of Spiritual Retreat, Seville, Spain

House of Spiritual Retreat, Seville, Spain

Cave Home, Troo, France

Cave Home, Troo, France

OUTrial House, Poland

OUTrial House, Poland OUTrial House, Poland

Dune House, Atlantic Beach

Dune House, Atlantic Beach Dune House, Atlantic Beach 2

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