The fairy-tale Turkish town | The world’s most bizarre housing development

The fairy-tale Turkish town | The world's most bizarre housing development

Burj Al Babas is a stunning cast of Disney movies built in north-western Turkey in Bolu.

The 732 luxury mini-castles were intended for Arab buyers, who had already paid the advance payments for the housing market, each costing over $ 500,000. But, everything went wrong.

The crisis in Turkey led the Sarot group to build the castles in a bankruptcy petition, while buyers back to the market due to a downturn in the price of oil.

It is characteristic that the old town cost $ 205 million, and manufacturers have received just 80 million.

The stunning white villas with the black roof, which bring Hollywood in the middle of nowhere, began to be built in 2014 in a valley under hills covered with pine trees.

Today most of them are incomplete, and the construction of the shopping center, which is planned, has not begun. More @ Dailymail

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The stunning white villas with the black roof, which bring Hollywood in the middle of nowhere, began to be built in 2014 in a valley under hills covered with pine trees.

Today most of them are incomplete, and the construction of the shopping center, which is planned, has not begun.

However, despite the financial difficulties and legal impediments, the Sarot group hopes to be able to complete the project in 2019.

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Source — Dailymail

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