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Ornamentation architecture, Iran.

Ornamentation architecture, Iran.

Ameriha Historic house Kashan

Ameriha Historic house Kashan

SuperStock - Tunisia, Matmata, Troglodyte house courtyard

SuperStock - Tunisia, Matmata, Troglodyte house courtyard

Arquitectura contemporánea y Almocárabe.

Arquitectura contemporánea y Almocárabe.

Maymand, the prehistoric Iranian village | The Observers

Maymand, the prehistoric Iranian village | The Observers

Cobb House, Villa de Leyva Cobb construction, making earthen blocks to build a free form structure.

Cobb House, Villa de Leyva Cobb construction, making earthen blocks to build a free form structure.

Uçhisar, Turkey  The final most exclusive stone cave is the Uçhisar which is located at the highest point in the area 7km from Nevsehir. This was one of the most popular places to stay in Uçhisar. However natural calamities did not permit the habitants to stay there for longer and thus they moved away

Uçhisar, Turkey The final most exclusive stone cave is the Uçhisar which is located at the highest point in the area 7km from Nevsehir. This was one of the most popular places to stay in Uçhisar. However natural calamities did not permit the habitants to stay there for longer and thus they moved away

Maymand, the prehistoric Iranian village | The Observers

Maymand, the prehistoric Iranian village | The Observers

Bandiagara Escarpment is the sandstone cliff in the Dogon nation of Mali that rises nearly 500 meters from the low sandy flats below. These coves are dotted with ancient cavern dwellings of the Tellem individuals. These people carved their caves into the actual cliffs of the escarpment to ensure that their dead could be hidden high above the flash floods which are common to the area.

Bandiagara Escarpment is the sandstone cliff in the Dogon nation of Mali that rises nearly 500 meters from the low sandy flats below. These coves are dotted with ancient cavern dwellings of the Tellem individuals. These people carved their caves into the actual cliffs of the escarpment to ensure that their dead could be hidden high above the flash floods which are common to the area.