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Typical house design found on Caribbean islands

Caribbean house

Typical house design found on Caribbean islands

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Caribbean house

A fale is a traditional, oval, Samoan building with wooden posts holding up a domed roof. This is a more modern, rectangular version of a fale.

Fale 1 (Samoa)

A fale is a traditional, oval, Samoan building with wooden posts holding up a domed roof. This is a more modern, rectangular version of a fale.

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Fale 1 (Samoa)

Illustration of a traditional Samoan fale, with the round/oval shape, and wooden poles holding up a domed thatched roof. The metal top-piece is a modern addition

Fale: traditional (Samoa)

Illustration of a traditional Samoan fale, with the round/oval shape, and wooden poles holding up a domed thatched roof. The metal top-piece is a modern addition

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Fale: traditional (Samoa)

Illustration of a Palagi (foreigner) house in Samoa. This style of housing is usually enclosed, built of concrete bricks and a corrugated iron roof

Palagi house (Samoa)

Illustration of a Palagi (foreigner) house in Samoa. This style of housing is usually enclosed, built of concrete bricks and a corrugated iron roof

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Palagi house (Samoa)

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