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Tiébélé es conocida por su increíble arquitectura tradicional Gourounsi y las elaboradamente paredes decoradas de sus casas.

El pueblo africano donde cada casa es una obra de arte

In the West African country of Burkina Faso, the isolated Kassena village of Tiébélé has an extraordinary cultural tradition. The mud brick structures that make

Village of Youdio: the Togunà (home of the word/men’s assemblies and council meetings are held here). Dogon, Mali | s

Village of Youdio: the Togunà (home of the word/mens assemblies and council meetings are held here).


Tiébélé, Burkino Faso (the original pin said "Single Apartment, but I'm wondering if this was actually a grain silo")

"The Wedding Night" - This is an evening image of the mountain village of Masuleh in Gilan province, Fuman county, Iran (ایران - گیلان - روستای ماسوله ), where houses are built into the mountain side, and pedestrian walkways and courtyards are built on the roofs of houses below. No vehicles are allowed.  Photo credit: Mohammadreza Momeni — in Masuleh, Gilan, Iran.

˚Houses - Sar Agha Seyed Village, Zagros Mountains„Charmahal Bakhtiari,Iran روستای سرآقاسید ,چهارمحال و بختیاری,ایران by Mohammadreza Momeni

Mauritania, Oualata.  More African doorway amazingness / color palette inspiration.

Oualata, Mauritania (North Africa) Lovely house Woodif Co Photo - Mauritania, Oualata.

Mysterious "cave dwellers" living.

700 year old Iranian Home. Allegedly, these homes in Iran, carved out of solid rock, were built on the order of 700 years ago and are still inhabited by people who have given them modern touches (you know, the little things like and electricity)

Africa | Traditional Zulu Thatched House.  South Africa | © O. Alamany & E. Vicens

This is a traditional South African home. It is a Zulu Thatched house. These homes are made of mud, grass, and tree poles.

James Morris es un fotógrafo británico con una especialización en arquitectura y paisajes culturales. Su trabajo le ha llevado por toda Europa, América del Norte, Egipto, Yemen, Marruecos y el África occidental.

Arquitectura de Barro (Africa Occidental)