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GC2EGCK Byglandsfjord jernbanestasjon (Traditional Cache) in Aust-Agder, Norway created by synsol

Byglandsfjord jernbanestasjon (Traditional Cache) in Aust-Agder, Norway created by synsol

Carl Larsson House, Sundborn, Sweden, artist who drew lovely scenes of domestic life in his book At Home.

The front view of the real Lilla Hyttnas Swedish cottage home of Carl & Karin Larsson

Wooden lace Russian architecture, a combination of beauty and usefulness. Talashkino, Russia. Circa 1901

Vintage Russian House: Wooden lace Russian architecture, intricate and beautiful.

Villa Aurtun, Norway  | THE ESSENCE OF THE GOOD LIFE™

Villa Aurtun, Norway | THE ESSENCE OF THE GOOD LIFE™

Villa Rognli, Ringve in Trondheim, Norway. 1902.

Villa Rognli, Ringve non loin de Trondheim.

http://www.touristphoto.no/images/hardanger%202009/sandven_hotel2%20copy.jpg

http://www.touristphoto.no/images/hardanger%202009/sandven_hotel2%20copy.jpg

Rosendalsveien 4, Oslo, Norway

Rosendalsveien 4, Oslo, Norway

Kornhaug Guest Farm in Gausdal is one of the Norway's most distinguished examples of the national romantic dragon style from the late 1800s. - From THE ESSENCE OF THE GOOD LIFE™   http://www.pinterest.com/LeneGede/   https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Essence-of-the-Good-Life/367136923392157

Kornhaug Guest Farm in Gausdal is one of the Norway's most distinguished examples of the national romantic dragon style from the late 1800s. - From THE ESSENCE OF THE GOOD LIFE™ http://www.pinterest.com/LeneGede/ https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Essence-of-the-Good-Life/367136923392157

Villa Ekheim, Kråkerøy, Norway - @~ Mlle

Selger slott for ti millioner - Eiendom - Hegnar.

If you were in Iceland in 1104 you would have sympathised with the people whose community was buried in ash when Hekla erupted. This turf building with a wooden front is a replica based on the foundation of a small church which was uncovered during archaeological excavations at Stöng, Iceland in 1986. The stave church was surrounded by protective walls of turf and rock. You can find out more about this and other naturally built homes here: www.thjodveldisbaer.is/en/buildings/the-church/

This turf building with a wooden front is a replica based on the foundation of a small church which was uncovered during archaeological excavations at Stöng, Iceland in

Beautiful house for sale; Rudshøgda / Norway

Beautiful house for sale;

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