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Typical dwelling types

Typical dwelling types

Every era and every culture has specific residential buildings.

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dwellings, dwelling, traditional, house, adobe house, stilt house, wigwam, igloo, log cabin, tent, straw hut, yurt, edifice, houses, lifestyle

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Dwelling types

  • adobe house
  • stilt house
  • wigwam
  • igloo
  • hut
  • log cabin
  • indian tipi
  • straw hut
  • yurt

Adobe house

Stilt house

Wigwam

Igloo

Hut

Log cabin

Indian tipi

Straw hut

Yurt

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