Snail House - Sofia, Bulgaria

Snail House

The profligate snail-house in Sofia's district of Simeonovo is one of the local attractions. It embodies colorful 5-storey building in the figure of a snail. Although it’s non-standard form, the house fits well with the neighboring constructions and producing the illusion that the gigantic snail crawl along the lane. On the roof are perched small ladybug and butterfly and around crawl other small snails.
The snail house was built in 2008 and is once owned by a construction professional who designed the golf courses in Japan and France and worked over the palace of the Emir of Kuwait. The house is built in high quality of lightweight and environmentally friendly materials. There are no straight walls, corners and edges. It is claimed that in the construction was not used any brick.


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