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The Troglodyte property boom: Spanish cave-homes in high demand


Living underground isn't just reserved for rabbits and hobbits: in Spain, it's a traditional way of living that has become more and more popular. Cave houses are all the rage, and while the homes themselves are underground, the real estate prices have skyrocketed.

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