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A town in Sweden is giving southern European property a run for its money, as it offers plots of land for less than a cup of coffee. Götene, 200 miles southwest of Stockholm, is offering 29 plots of land for as little as 1 krona – equivalent to around 7 pence – per square metre

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Scientists at the European Space Agency (ESA) have turned to their love of LEGO brick building when designing launch pads and shelters for astronauts visiting the moon.

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A woman has opened up about her strange addiction to eating bricks after getting hooked on the 'chalky' taste when she was a teenager. Patrice Benjamin-Ramgoolam from London appeared on ITV's This Morning yesterday, ten years after she first spoke her obsession on the show.

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A massive Gavin and Stacey mural has divided a Welsh town. Dinas Powys homeowner Anya Clements commissioned artist Tee2Sugars to create the artwork, featuring eight characters from the hit BBC comedy, on her garden wall.

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A Chicago homeowner was left reeling after an administrative error resulted in his property tax bill increasing sixteen-fold from $1,800 to more than $30,000.

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A secret society has been covertly refurbishing garden gnomes in a Canadian city, according to reports.

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Two previously unknown Roman villas and a Roman roadside cemetery have been discovered following the largest geophysical survey ever commissioned by the National Trust.

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An advertisement seeking a private architecture tutor for £288,000 per year has been taken down following a backlash. The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) removed the ad after it raised eyebrows with its requirements for applicants to be "educated and polished, with excellent manne

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North Korea appears to be building a wall along its southern border, according to a BBC investigation. Satellite photos show unprecedented construction work along the demilitarised zone (DMZ) between North and South Korea, the BBC reports.

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A construction company has been ordered to demolish a luxury home it inadvertently built on the wrong site. The three-bedroom home, valued at $500,000 (around £400,000), was built in Hawaiian Paradise Park, which is divided into a number of one-acre lots.

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A 310-mile conveyor belt could soon be built to aid freight transport across Japan to solve a shortage of lorry drivers as well as reduce congestion.

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A three-bedroom house in San Francisco's affluent Russian Hill neighbourhood has been listed for an astonishingly low price of $488,000 (around £385,000).

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