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Europe's cost of living crisis worsens; demand for yurts rise in Hungary

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An increasing number of Hungarians are choosing yurts as their permanent accommodation because of the energy crisis. A yurt up to the size of David Zih's would cost less than 10 million forints ($23,400) Yurt builder Gabor Adorjan said his orders have soared and he is fully booked until next summer.
2 months ago·Hungary

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Europe's cost of living crisis worsens; demand for yurts rise in Hungary

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