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Andalucian (Spain, sw)

AuthorsOrihuela, Antonio
KeywordsVernacular architecture
Arquitectura popular
Issue Date1997
PublisherCambridge University Press
CitationEncyclopedia of Vernacular Architecture of the World. Edited by Paul Oliver, Vol. II, pp. 1521-1522.
AbstractWe present the main types of vernacular architecture in Andalucia (Spain): city houses, mountain village houses and those of the villages on the plains. Also the flat roof houses in the Alpujarras and the caves are studied.
ISBN0 521 56422 0
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