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File:RockHouses-Mansfield2.jpeg|Rock Houses, a traditional living arrangement of the poor in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire  
 
File:RockHouses-Mansfield2.jpeg|Rock Houses, a traditional living arrangement of the poor in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire  
 
File:TROGLODYTICHOUSES-FORGESLoire.jpeg|Underground or ‘troglodyte’ Houses at Forges, in the Loire Valley, France. These were still occupied in the 1960s.
 
File:TROGLODYTICHOUSES-FORGESLoire.jpeg|Underground or ‘troglodyte’ Houses at Forges, in the Loire Valley, France. These were still occupied in the 1960s.
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File:RockhouseRetreat-Worcestershire.jpeg|Rockhouse Retreat, a sandstone cave located in Worcestershire. Newly refurbished, It had previously been occupied for 700 years then abandoned in the 1960s.
  
 
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Underground homes

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Historic Underground Homes[edit]

Homes Designed To Blend With Landscape[edit]

Underground Homes in the Movies and OnTV[edit]

References[edit]

http://theundergroundhomedirectory.com/infographic-types-of-underground-homes/ http://www.oddee.com/item_98085.aspx http://www.dwell.com/houses-we-love/article/6-camouflaged-houses-blend-land https://twitter.com/archpics/status/635330131775627265/photo/1

http://www.simondale.net/ https://www.pinterest.co.uk/explore/underground-homes/?lp=true