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Waingapu - Sumba

Waingapu - Sumba

Houses bondokodi sumba - Sumba

Houses bondokodi sumba - Sumba

Sumba – Wikipedie

Sumba – Wikipedie

Sumba

Sumba

Sumba

Sumba

Sumba – Wikipedie

Sumba – Wikipedie

Ostrovy Christiana Karembeua Sumba

Ostrovy Christiana Karembeua Sumba

Ostrovy Christiana Karembeua Sumba

Ostrovy Christiana Karembeua Sumba

Ostrovy Christiana Karembeua Sumba

Ostrovy Christiana Karembeua Sumba

Ostrovy Christiana Karembeua Sumba

Ostrovy Christiana Karembeua Sumba


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Wainyapu Villagers. Wainyapu Village is a traditional village on the west Sumba Island, Nusa Tenggara Timur, Indonesia. Their traditional house called Uma Bokulu

Wainyapu Villagers. Wainyapu Village is a traditional village on the west Sumba Island, Nusa Tenggara Timur, Indonesia. Their traditional house called Uma Bokulu

Bena. Bena is one of the most beautiful traditional villages on Flores Island, Indonesia.

Bena. Bena is one of the most beautiful traditional villages on Flores Island, Indonesia.

Traditional house, Nias Island, Sumatra, Indonesia

Traditional house, Nias Island, Sumatra, Indonesia

Traditional Batak House in Ambarita Island, Sumatera | Vancouver Banshee |

Traditional Batak House in Ambarita Island, Sumatera | Vancouver Banshee |

Ndona Traditional Village of Ende in Flores Indonesia

Ndona Traditional Village of Ende in Flores Indonesia

Wae Rebo: The Remaining Trace of Manggarai Architectural Hallmark.  As a communal settlement uphill, the temperature inside an mbaru gendang is quite stable although morning sun is always a good way to warm up the day.

Wae Rebo: The Remaining Trace of Manggarai Architectural Hallmark. As a communal settlement uphill, the temperature inside an mbaru gendang is quite stable although morning sun is always a good way to warm up the day.

Traditional houses -- Tana Toraja, Sulawesi, Indonesia

Traditional houses -- Tana Toraja, Sulawesi, Indonesia

The Batak Toba tribe, which lives in Sumatra, Indonesia, once had a ritualistic society; the villages were composed of many of these boat-like houses,   The steeply pitched thatched saddle roof protected living areas; the eaves were intricately carved with ritualistic symbols; and the entrance was a trapdoor at the top of a stairway.

The Batak Toba tribe, which lives in Sumatra, Indonesia, once had a ritualistic society; the villages were composed of many of these boat-like houses, The steeply pitched thatched saddle roof protected living areas; the eaves were intricately carved with ritualistic symbols; and the entrance was a trapdoor at the top of a stairway.

The construction of a ‘high hat’ roof of a traditional house in Tarung, Sumba. (The Traditional Architecture of Indonesia)

The construction of a ‘high hat’ roof of a traditional house in Tarung, Sumba. (The Traditional Architecture of Indonesia)

Sumbanese Traditional House Construction

Sumbanese Traditional House Construction

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