Here are some of the most bizarre Lebanese houses ever constructed:
 Airplane House
Top of the list is the airplane house in the village of Miziara, North Lebanon. It is the actual shape and size of the Airbus A380.
The Palace of Dreams
“Qasr el Ahlam” is located in the village of Bakhoun in the Dinniyeh area of North Lebanon. It is the life work and dream come true of a visionary named Mohamad Hawchar.
It reportedly cost $2 million to complete and is made of stones from all over the world. Many who visit it say it resembles the Park Guell in Barcelona.
Pyramid House
This curious house was built in the 90s. Like the airplane house, it was constructed in Miziara, adding to the uniqueness of the village.
As you can tell, this house was obviously inspired by the pyramids of ancient Egypt. Inside the house, it’s no surprise you’ll find also Egyptian themed items, like this rug:
Greek Temple
This homeowner went all out for his humble abode channeling the Greeks who once took on the Phoenicians of Lebanon… and rule the world.
Guess where it’s located? Miziara – again. Seems like a fun village!
Tiny Island House
In the middle of Taanayel Lake, there’s this little tiny island and, on it, is a small shed-like house and it belongs to ducks!