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13 comments
  1. I love these old stone buildings. They have survived for decades and even centuries. I often wonder if what we build today will be here in half that many years.

      • Thanks, Noelle. I think nowadays ‘we’ (or ‘they’) don’t aim for long lasting buildings; that’s a lot cheaper and it keeps the economy going.Too bad for the resources and leaves a lot of waste. The houses in this village are build by piling-up stones; and if they collapse you can pile ‘m up again.

  2. I think it’s really a shame that small communities depopulated. Everyone to move in the city and kill each other eventually. Oh well, maybe hitting people do not kill each other, but you understand. Although this is an artist’s colony and live on, so progress is nothing further.

    • This village is being restored with monument-care-money. So, in the future it will attract tourists and the village might even re-populate a bit.

      • Yes, I understand that this particular village may help. I understand, but there are many similar villages that do not get it.

        • You’re right. Around Tercui there are at least 3 villages I’ve visited, where nobody lives anymore.

  3. Fantastic place
    Quite different stone building style than this one over here

  4. Jag said:

    I love these pictures.

  5. Malin H said:

    I say: Thank you for sharing!

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