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top five most unusual schools one terror set an underground school even though it's hard to believe the terror set and the mentary school is actually located under the surface of land it is part of the Reston neighborhood a planned Greene community in Northern Virginia the unusual project was finished at the end of the 1970s so the school is over 40 years old now when the USA was living through a hard energy crisis the town administration found the solution in building a school that was going to be self-sufficient in terms of heating the top of the null was shaved the structure built and soil was placed over it the earth covering provided natural insulation and solar collectors are expected to play a primary role in both heating and cooling two floating school in Cambodia our next education institution is no less exotic and is floating in water although a floating school is no surprise in this region since it is common to see entire floating villages with floating houses shops and other buildings as sometimes even schools like this one the Kampong luang floating village is situated on lake Tonle Sap cambodia the school comprises 60 students 40 of which are orphans whose parents died during fishing trips the school only has a single classroom where every student studies and rests to get to the floating school children use special basins that would be probably called boats if they resemble them just a little bit more three kena Lacan a nomadic school Yakutia Russia the kids who study at this school can and should be considered extremely lucky not just because they have access to modern education but because they can combine a conventional school study process with living in their families until recently children from nomadic tribes of the northern regions of Russia had to either live in boarding schools without seeing their parents for months or didn't get systematic education at all this nomadic school can for sure be called the smallest in terms of both students and teachers such a school normally has between six and eight students and two or three teachers this however doesn't prevent the children from acquiring the same knowledge and skills as their more sedentary peers the school is equipped with satellite internet providing the students with the possibility to communicate with the outer world and get access to information that would be otherwise unreachable far away from big libraries for China's cave schools the People's Republic of China keeps surprising the world with his economic miracles one of the reasons for that for sure is the pursuit of knowledge as a significant trait of the national character and mentality one example of this dedication to learning is a unique school in GUI Jo province the miel nation native people of this region lives very humble lives the low level of life of these people prevented them from guessing education for a very long time and until 1984 there wasn't a single school here since financial means were quite scarce a decision was taken to locate the school in a big cave classrooms sports ground and a zone for rest were all organized under the domes of the cave initially the school was intended for one class but at the moment it provides primary and secondary education for 186 children of different ages the overwhelming hunger for knowledge leads them all the way to school for six hours by foot every day five or astir gymnasium in copenhagen this high school is the first school in Denmark with an architectural design that corresponds to the new visions of learning system of the future traditional spaces such as classrooms and lounges no longer exist instead the building is divided into four study zones children may freely gather and study within a new interdisciplinary approach to learning the four floors are linked by a wide spiral staircase that winds up toward the roof terrace there are sofas and Ottomans all around the school used by students for study and rest