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from landfill to root cellar

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Location: Granada City (that's in the south of Spain)
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This is one of our multiple projects going on in our piece of land.
Our piece of land surface is little less than 1 Ha. (2.4 acres) and all our work is done by hand , only using hand tools,
My brother and me, had to remove a lot of thrash from a landfill someone did when the property was without a perimetral fence, so once we had to dig in the landfill to take out all kind of junk, we decided to continue and take advantage of the dug out, making sort of an underground root cellar or shelter due to the estructure of the ground wich permits fairly stable walls.
The video is a slideshow of the hystory and work in the "landfil to root cellar" project so far.

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