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An Underground Reservoir Becomes a Home

The new owner of an underground reservoirwho is a civil engineer by profession had something in his mind so as to transform the unattended site into a beautiful house. The house project wasn’t a simple one because the idea in itself was unique and something that none had tried before. Via: DailyMail

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