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One of the biggest benefits of traveling abroad is being able to return home and get a fresh perspective on where you live.

French engineer Geoffroy de Reynal had a powerful awakening after leaving his home for a year and coming back.

«I was living abroad in Montenegro for a year, and there are not much people living outside there,» he told ABC News. «When I came back to France, I was surprised by the number of homeless in the streets, so I decided to come up with an idea to help them.»

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The shelters are covered in aluminum foil to keep the weather out and heat in. The inventor says that the inside of one of his igloos can be up to 50° F warmer than the outside.

«My ambition is to produce these igloos on a large scale, hundreds or even thousands of them,» he said. «I also want to make some improvements: putting wheels under the igloos to make them easier to transport, or build larger modular igloos for families.»

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The shelters are covered in aluminum foil to keep the weather out and heat in. The inventor says that the inside of one of his igloos can be up to 50° F warmer than the outside.

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