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Taken 25-Mar-17
Visitors 18
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Stillt Village on Lake Bokod

This Hungarian stilt village is built in a lake that never freezes over due to the power plant that uses it as a cooling pond.

The neighboring towns of Bokod and Oroszlány, have more than two linear miles of cabins and cottages suspended on stilts over Lake Bokodi. The little houses are mostly used by locals in the summer months, but they also cater to year-round anglers who take advantage of one weird fact about the lake — despite the frigid Hungarian winters, it rarely freezes over.