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Treehouse

Известно что, люблю я почему-то "treehouse"-ы и неоднократно о них писала.
А вот еще один, да не просной а 10и этажный (Crossville Treehouse).</span>



treehouse, world's largest, world's tallest, world's tallest treehouse, minister's treehouse, crossville, tennessee, reclaimed wood, recycled materials

плошадь домика около 8-10 тыс. кв.футов (740-930 кв м.)построен целиком из "бросовых" материалов на 7и деревьях.

покупать пришлось только гвозди, около 258000 штук, что обошлось примерно в $12 000.


Основное предназначение этой постройки - церковь
образ явился Бюргесу (Horace Burgess) во время молитвы
Owner Horace Burgess said th vision for building the treehouse church came to him in a vision from God when he was "wide awake" and lasted for only four seconds.

treehouse, world's largest, world's tallest, world's tallest treehouse, minister's treehouse, crossville, tennessee, reclaimed wood, recycled materials


treehouse, world's largest, world's tallest, world's tallest treehouse, minister's treehouse, crossville, tennessee, reclaimed wood, recycled materials


treehouse, world's largest, world's tallest, world's tallest treehouse, minister's treehouse, crossville, tennessee, reclaimed wood, recycled materials


treehouse, world's largest, world's tallest, world's tallest treehouse, minister's treehouse, crossville, tennessee, reclaimed wood, recycled materials



Башня была построена к 11 годовщине свадьбы отважного строителя Бюргесса (Burgess), как подарок жене.

treehouse, world's largest, world's tallest, world's tallest treehouse, minister's treehouse, crossville, tennessee, reclaimed wood, recycled materials


treehouse, world's largest, world's tallest, world's tallest treehouse, minister's treehouse, crossville, tennessee, reclaimed wood, recycled materials

treehouse, world's largest, world's tallest, world's tallest treehouse, minister's treehouse, crossville, tennessee, reclaimed wood, recycled materials


Для желающих посетить:
Address: Beehive Lane, Crossville, TN
Directions:
I-40 exit 320, turn north onto Hwy 298 and then a quick right onto Cook Rd. Follow about 1/2 mile and as the road takes a sharp right, instead make a sharp left onto Beehive Lane. Continue about 1/4 mile and you will be in front of the treehouse.
Admission: Free.
Hours: Closes at dark.
[Show Map]




http://www.inhabitat.com/2009/10/29/worlds-tallest-treehouse-came-in-a-vision/
http://www.usatoday.com/news/religion/2007-07-29-treehouse-church_N.htm

http://www.roadsideamerica.com/tip/13746

Tags: travel, treehouse, ~usa
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