This Guy Found 12,000 Empty Bottles Of Champagne, What He Did With Them… WOW.

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Yesterday, we showed you some compelling images of a Chinese architect's office space, made entirely out of beer bottles. Today, we're focusing on Russia, where one man made his entire home out of 12,000 empty bottles of champagne.

Located in the city of Chelyabinsk, in Russia,the house belongs to 52-year-old Hamidullah Ilchibaev. Fondly referred to as ‘Palace Oz’, it's now a popular attraction for tourists and locals alike. When you read why he built it, it just might make you cry.


The entire exterior of the building is composed of 12,000 champagne bottles.

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Here's 18 cool DIY glass bottle projects.

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Here's 18 cool DIY glass bottle projects.

From far away, it just looks like green siding - but we know the truth.

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Here's 18 cool DIY glass bottle projects.

He made use of the bottles the same way that he would have used bricks: Stacking them up around a foundation.

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Here's 18 cool DIY glass bottle projects.

For insulation, he used a hardening liquid that he poured in between.

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Here's 18 cool DIY glass bottle projects.

Though it looks awesome from the outside, the inside is just like a regular house.

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Here's 18 cool DIY glass bottle projects.

There's an emotional aspect to this story as well: When Hamidullah lost his second son, who tragically passed away at age 18, he decided to build the house in his memory.

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Here's 18 cool DIY glass bottle projects.

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Here's 18 cool DIY glass bottle projects.

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