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Iraqi reed houses. "They made columns from the thick, giant rushes and gather 30-40 of them together to make pillars, and interweave them for a skeleton frame. They added reed mats, and even the decoration on the front of the homes is fancy lattice work made of the reeds. There's no glass, no nails, no wood." Even the islands the houses rest on are made of compacted mud and rushes.

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’.

The Historic Reed House Manzanita vacation rental updated turn-of-the-centiury beach house

The Historic Reed House Manzanita vacation rental updated turn-of-the-centiury beach house

This Floating Neighborhood Rivals Venice, But The Biggest Surprise Is Its Location. [STORY]

Marsh Arab Village - Iraq’s ‘Garden of Eden'; unique wetlands in southern Iraq where a people known as the Ma’dan, or ‘Arabs of the marsh’, lived in a Mesopotamian Venice, characterised by beautifully elaborate floating houses made entirely of reeds harv

Uru homes are made using “totora” reeds that grow along the shores of Lake Titicaca, Bolivia

Building styles and materials used in typical and modern Bolivia homes and dwellings. Bolivia people and culture.

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Reed House in Marsh Arab Village, 1974

The Reed House in Manzanita Oregon

Come check out this beach rental in Manzanita Oregon with photos of the salvaged-vintage-meets-modern interiors and fabulous ocean views that sleeps

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