At first glance this structural masterpiece looks like a giant rock sitting on a hill.
But if you take a closer look you’ll see a fully functional real-life Flintstones house carved into the landscape.
Located in the Fafe mountains of northern Portugal, the two-up two-down is a holiday house where you can have a yabba dabba do time.
A Casa do Penedo, or “The House of Stone,” was built between four large granite boulders perched on a mountain 2,600ft above sea level.
And although it may seem rustic on the outside the house includes a fireplace and a swimming pool – carved out of one of the large rocks.
And its popularity has now seen it transformed into a local museum.
Credit: Dailystar.co.uk – Laura Mitchell