Pictured below is Nimis. It is a series of driftwood constructions built by the Swedish (very controversial) artist Lars Wilk.
Nimis is located by the coast in Kullaberg Nature Reserve in Sweden. The artist started building these structures in 1980, and due to its remote location, the government was unaware of the construction for several years.
In 1996, Lars Wilk proclaimed this area of 1 km² to be a micro nation within Sweden to protest the governments ruling that the structures are houses, illegal to be built on a nature reserve, and need to be torn down.
Over the years, Nimis has brought thousands of visitors, among those, my friend Helena, at the Butterflymom blog, who so kindly let me use her pictures.
Helena tells from her visit that the path to the art work was very long and difficult.
The artist himself has made about 5000 trips over the years to create Nimis.
Most information is acquired by the not completely reliable source Wikipedia.