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In the south of Burkina Faso, in west Africa, is a small circular village of about hectares, called Tiébélé. Home of the Kassena people. Tiébélé is known for their amazing traditional Gourounsi architecture and elaborately decorated walls of their homes.

En Tiébélé, Burkina Faso, las casas están hechas con tierra y decoradas con patrones geométricos que hacen de ellas obras de arte.  http://www.labioguia.com/tiebele-el-pueblo-africano-donde-las-casas-son-obras-de-arte/

Tiebele, Burkina Faso - at the base of a hill overlooking the surrounding sun-drenched West African savannah lies Tiebele an extraordinary painted wall village and this circular hectare complex of intricately embellished earthen architecture.

Tiébélé: El pueblo africano donde las casas son obras de arte | La Bioguía

Tiébélé: El pueblo africano donde las casas son obras de arte

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The Floating Basket Homes of Iraq. Found in wetlands in Southern Iraq where people were known as the Ma’dan or ‘Arabs of the marsh’.

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Wow. Hand painted dwellings from the village of Tiébélé located in Burkina Faso, West Africa. Photographs taken by: Rita Willaert

Cour Royale à Tiébélé, Burkina Faso, West Africa - Round grain silo contemporaries are found everywhere. The whole can be tightly sealed against invasion of aliens and wild animals.