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A man in Abuja, Nigeria built an unusual airplane-shaped house for his six children and wife who "loves to travel," according to Reuters.
The BBC reported that construction began in 1999 — and is still ongoing.
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Rather than an airplane converted into a house, the home is made from concrete in the shape of a plane, and is on a complex that also includes a guest house, mosque, swimming pool, garden, and covered car port.
Said Jammal told the BBC he hopes the home will become a tourist attraction in Abuja.
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It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a... well, it does technically look like a plane, but it's really a house.
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Located in the Nigerian capital of Abuja, the unusual-looking home is the brainchild of local man Said Jammal, who built the home for his six children and wife Liza who "loves to travel," according to Reuters.
According to the BBC, construction on the three-story house began in 1999. Jammal, who works in the construction industry, told the outlet it's not a real plane converted...
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