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World’s Most Unusual Schools Dongzhong Cave School, China. Located in one of the poorest areas of China, the Dongzhong cave school was established to provide an education for children who did not attend school at all Its unique location, in fact, was chosen because the villagers didn’t have the resources to build a school... Sadly, the school was closed by the government in 2011, because, in their words, the country, “is not a society of cavemen.” American School Terraset pupils are the children who attend school underground. The school was built in the mid-1970s, when the energy crisis shocked the U.S. The country has introduced energy saving mode, which was used, for heating schools. In Reston they built a school Terraset. The problem was solved with solar collectors. Today Terraset is not only the most energy-efficient school in the country, but also one of the major tourist attractions in Reston. Kompong Luong School (Cambodia) On the surface of the lake there is a famous tourist attraction of Cambodia – Kompong Luong floating village: houses, cafes, shops and school. For students of the floating school it became their second home in the truest sense of the word: orphans study there. gymnasium Orestad in Copenhagen This Building is designed by 3XN and it is a real piece of modern art, both inside and outside. In 2007 the school was named the best building in Scandinavia. This is the first school opened in Denmark in the national educational reform. Orestada Pupils are high school students who are getting higher education in the media. The word “communication” sounds here at every step. Magnificent spiral staircase that connects the four levels of high school is called the heart of the building. During breaks, the students lay on the pillows and look at the bright lights. Live and learn!