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No Neighbors Allowed: World's Most Extreme and Isolated Places to Live

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Humans are social creatures, but the need for communication is not evenly distributed across individuals, as people often want to take a break away from others and spend some time in silence.

Dwellings that are best suited for introverts and misanthropes appear throughout the world, as some people prefer calm and deserted surroundings. 

These houses are ideal places to escape from the routines of social life, to be alone with nature and away from the hustle and bustle of cities and to feel like a misanthrope leading an ascetic lifestyle.

CC BY-SA 2.0 / Christopher Michel / Paro Taktsang is a famous Himalayan Buddhist holy site and temple complex. It is located on the cliff side of the upper Paro valley in Bhutan.
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Paro Taktsang is a famous Himalayan Buddhist holy site and temple complex. It is located on the cliff side of the upper Paro valley in Bhutan.
CC BY-SA 2.0 / Soham Banerjee / Paro Taktsang is a famous Himalayan Buddhist holy site and temple complex. It is located on the cliff side of the upper Paro valley in Bhutan.
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Paro Taktsang is a famous Himalayan Buddhist holy site and temple complex. It is located on the cliff side of the upper Paro valley in Bhutan.
CC BY-SA 3.0 / Omegatron / This island is recognized as one of the smallest in the world. It has a house that can accommodate three guests and also has a couple of bushes, a pair of benches and a large tree. It is noteworthy that the island "Just Enough Room" was recognized as an island only after a building appeared on it. According to a particular rule, the status of island requires the presence of two trees or at least a house.
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This island is recognized as one of the smallest in the world. It has a house that can accommodate three guests and also has a couple of bushes, a pair of benches and a large tree. It is noteworthy that the island "Just Enough Room" was recognized as an island only after a building appeared on it. According to a particular rule, the status of island requires the presence of two trees or at least a house.
CC BY-SA 3.0 / Hwking / Monte Rosa is a hi-tech hut that was built specifically for tourists caught in bad weather in the Swiss Alps.
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Monte Rosa is a hi-tech hut that was built specifically for tourists caught in bad weather in the Swiss Alps.
CC BY-SA 4.0 / Severin.stalder / Castellfollit de la Roca is a municipality in Catalonia, Spain consisting of one street that is located on a narrow rocky plateau above a 50-meter drop.
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Castellfollit de la Roca is a municipality in Catalonia, Spain consisting of one street that is located on a narrow rocky plateau above a 50-meter drop.
© AP Photo / Lenny IgnelziFallen Star house is an art installation by South Korean artist Do Ho Suh.
The house is theoretically residential; you can enter it, as long as, of course, the inclined floor and the view of the sky from the windows don’t scare you.
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Fallen Star house is an art installation by South Korean artist Do Ho Suh.
The house is theoretically residential; you can enter it, as long as, of course, the inclined floor and the view of the sky from the windows don’t scare you.
© Photo : The HemLoftThe HemLoft is a privately funded secret creation that was built in Whistler, Canada. There is no bathroom or kitchen, only a living room in the building, but it seems absolutely enough for the owner.
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The HemLoft is a privately funded secret creation that was built in Whistler, Canada. There is no bathroom or kitchen, only a living room in the building, but it seems absolutely enough for the owner.
CC BY-SA 3.0 / Dido3 / Monastery of St. Nicholas Anapavsa is a "hovering in the air" monastery; to visit it, you must first climb 143 steps to the foot of the rock and then another 85 steps carved into the rock.
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Monastery of St. Nicholas Anapavsa is a "hovering in the air" monastery; to visit it, you must first climb 143 steps to the foot of the rock and then another 85 steps carved into the rock.
© AP Photo / Tom GannamThis residential building, with an area of 1,400 square meters, is built by the Sliper couple in a sandstone rock near the town of Festus, Missouri.
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This residential building, with an area of 1,400 square meters, is built by the Sliper couple in a sandstone rock near the town of Festus, Missouri.
© Photo : TreehotelThis treehouse, which functions as a hotel, is located in the Swedish city of Harads. Anyone can live there – with company too. The house has a living room, a kitchen, a bathroom and a bedroom with a large bed that can accommodate two people.
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This treehouse, which functions as a hotel, is located in the Swedish city of Harads. Anyone can live there – with company too. The house has a living room, a kitchen, a bathroom and a bedroom with a large bed that can accommodate two people.
© AP Photo / Darko VojinovicThis tiny lodge is perched on a stone in the middle of the Drina River.
It was built back in the 1960s and is used as a summertime clubhouse.
Due to flooding, it has been destroyed and rebuilt multiple times.
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This tiny lodge is perched on a stone in the middle of the Drina River.
It was built back in the 1960s and is used as a summertime clubhouse.
Due to flooding, it has been destroyed and rebuilt multiple times.
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