In what has been dubbed as 'the world's loneliest house' lies a small hidden home located rather randomly in the middle of some Italian mountains.
The Buffa di Perrero on Monte Cristallo in the Dolomite Mountains has baffled people for decades.
Lodged into the side of a rock, the home overlooks a deadly drop and is made of bricks walls, four frames and a set of camping chairs.
The question that most have been asking is 'how the f*** did the furniture get up there in the first place?'
Well, climbers are able to get access via a pretty risky mountain trail or even a rope ladder, if you're feeling extra adventurous/completely off your head.
However, it must be noted that only those with 'a high level of fitness' are advised to make the long walk up.
As per Daily Star, the cabin is believed to have been built over 100 years ago by Italian soldiers during WWI.
They allegedly created the spot to gain strategic advantage over forces approaching the area.
A number of these small houses were built back in the day and were constructed in the Italian Front of global conflict.
The mass shootings of heavily armed artillery used to cause major avalanches back in the day.
Most famously 'White Friday' was the name dubbed to December 1916 incident at Mount Marmolada where 270 Austro-Hungarian soldiers were killed.
Notably, the severe weather conditions has meant that the hut had sadly been rendered "unusable" for climbers after the roof gave way.
Despite being unable to be used as a stay-cation, the views from the Italian mountain range are still incredible.
The head of the Catholic Church indicated that people should be more concerned about other transgressions while speaking to reporters on a flight back to Italy from Greece on Monday (6 December).
The 84-year-old said: "Sins of the flesh are not the most serious."
Ah, well that's a load off our collective minds.
Instead, the Pope said that hatred and pride are the most serious sins.
So if you indulge in some gold old-fashioned fleshy sins, expect a slap on the wrist - just don't go being all proud about it, alright?
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