A house built out of a rock atop a waterfall in 1936 celebrates it’s 75th. Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpiece “Falling Water” stands the test of time. Hard to believe looking at the photo’s that it was designed in 36. Looks more like 70’s onward. Tribute to the genius. If you click Slate make sure to click to the last photo #9. It’s in southwestern Penn, about ninety minutes southeast of Pittsburgh, and 3h northwest of DC.
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