A 25-year-old dug a house in a cave for his family

From the banks of the French river Laura near Nantes, you can see an unusual sight: an old crooked house directly in the water. It may seem to an unenlightened person that a serious tragedy has occurred on the river and, as a rule, not typical for France.

The house floats very close to the town of Laveau-sur-Loire, but, of course, it does not move: powerful anchors hold it at the bottom. All this due to the fact that he was on the water is not at all accidental.

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This specific installation was designed and produced by local artist Jean-Luc Courcoul as part of an advertising campaign for wreck rescue services.

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The building has existed since 2007, that’s where the idea came from.
However, the house has moved a bit. When the river flooded, the structure began to shift, so it was fixed closer to the right bank of the Laura. And more reliably, using huge offsets set underwater.

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This house has become one of the main attractions of the region. Almost every tourist has a photo of a houseboat in the evening, because a light mysteriously lights up in one of its windows.

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