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  • ...es-of-power.org/wiki/index.php?title=Category:Traditional_Roof Traditional Roof]</li>
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  • ...r building. A large arched figure with three truncated cones, it cites the traditional castle-like houses of the Somba people that once protected inhabitants from [[Category:Traditional Roof]]
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  • ...e is dominated by autochthonous structures. Clear reference is made to the traditional Fijian dwelling – an allusion to the fact that the military putsch was ch [[Category:Traditional Roof]]
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  • ...al maneaba is an imposing structure, with slabs of coral supporting a huge roof formed from coconut wood, held together with coconut string and thatched wi ...ibati. The modern building was inaugurated in 2000 and mimics the style of traditional Kiribati huts. The structure which overlooks the ocean was built by a Japan
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  • one could interpret the High House with its saddle roof as a [[Category:Traditional Roof]]
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  • ...e Nationale", spelled out in bold letters on its roof. One of them depicts traditional Mali, while the other reflects the country’s splendid future in unity and
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  • ...l buildings and a presidential palace with 100 rooms in all. Formally, the roof of the palace resembles East Asian pagoda architecture. [[Category:Traditional Roof]]
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  • ...nd brass decorations. Symmetrically arranged glazed superstructures on the roof are reminiscent of nomad yurts. [[Category:Traditional Roof]]
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  • [[Category:Traditional Roof]]
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  • ...er as a targeted strategy to create a new national symbolism distinct from traditional forms. [[Category:Traditional Roof]]
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  • [[Category:Traditional Roof]]
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  • ...onal Assembly building "Bunge" with a conical and vaulted roof that mimics traditional houses has a lively debating culture that borders on uncontrollable mass wa
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  • [[Category:Traditional Roof]]
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  • ...building does, however, differ from the original in one detail: unlike the traditional dwelling, this public building has closed walls. [[Category:Traditional Roof]]
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