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This alpine shelter was built atop a Slovenian mountaintop

It’s a replica based on cabin that remained in service for 80 years This unique bell-shaped building, which serves as a shelter inside Slovenia’s Triglav National Park, pays respect to what came before it. Way back in 1936, a local mountaineering club decided decided to build a modest, functional shelter inside the national park to make the region more accessible to visitors, according to Designboom.
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