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San Clemente de Tahull (en catalán, Sant Climent de Taüll), iglesia románica de planta basilical perfecta, se encuentra en el Valle de Bohí (provincia de Lérida, España). Su planta de basílica perfecta con tres naves y la techumbre de madera, sustituida más tarde por la bóveda de piedra y ladrillo. La decoración lombarda del exterior sitúa a la iglesia en una modernidad que se había extendido ya por las regiones italianas de Mantua y Verona

San Clemente de Tahull (en catalán, Sant Climent de Taüll), iglesia románica de planta basilical perfecta, se encuentra en el Valle de Bohí (provincia de Lérida, España). Su planta de basílica perfecta con tres naves y la techumbre de madera, sustituida más tarde por la bóveda de piedra y ladrillo. La decoración lombarda del exterior sitúa a la iglesia en una modernidad que se había extendido ya por las regiones italianas de Mantua y Verona

Las casas colgantes de Cuenca se asoman al río desde sus balcones de madera voladizos sobre el acantilado.

Las casas colgantes de Cuenca se asoman al río desde sus balcones de madera voladizos sobre el acantilado.

Catedral de Sigúenza. (Guadalajara)

Catedral de Sigúenza. (Guadalajara)

Albarracín, pueblo de Teruel

Albarracín, pueblo de Teruel

HAKKA WALLED VILLAGE • Earthen houses represent a vernacular architecture specific to China following the flow of the Hakka people from central China to the South. With all the halls, storehouses, wells and bedrooms inside, the huge towerlike building functions as a fortified city. Earthen houses are made of earth, stone, bamboo and wood, all readily available materials. • Over 20.000 of these houses still stand today, the oldest one, “Fu Xing Lou” in Hu Le, was constructed over 1,200 years…

HAKKA WALLED VILLAGE • Earthen houses represent a vernacular architecture specific to China following the flow of the Hakka people from central China to the South. With all the halls, storehouses, wells and bedrooms inside, the huge towerlike building functions as a fortified city. Earthen houses are made of earth, stone, bamboo and wood, all readily available materials. • Over 20.000 of these houses still stand today, the oldest one, “Fu Xing Lou” in Hu Le, was constructed over 1,200 years…

福建土楼 Fujian Tulou, China's Amazing Hakka Houses

福建土楼 Fujian Tulou, China's Amazing Hakka Houses

Hakka Houses of China. These round rammed earth buildings were designed for defensive purposes, with only one entrance and no windows at ground level. The largest Hakka houses covered up to 40,000 meters and most of the ones still standing today cover around 10,000 meters.

Earthen Architecture: 15 of the World's Dirtiest Buildings

Hakka Houses of China. These round rammed earth buildings were designed for defensive purposes, with only one entrance and no windows at ground level. The largest Hakka houses covered up to 40,000 meters and most of the ones still standing today cover around 10,000 meters.

Superb What is a Tulou?

What is a Tulou

Superb What is a Tulou?

Hakka Tulou traditional Chinese Dwelling photo

Walls as Rooms /4 : The Hakka Tulou (Community Housing for Equals)

Hakka Tulou traditional Chinese Dwelling photo