yurt

Mongolian term for a circular tent made of felt bound onto a wicker frame, having a low conical roof with a central vent for smoke from the fire. ...
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yurt

noun a circular domed dwelling that is portable and self-supporting; originally used by nomadic Mongol and Turkic people of central Asia but now used as inexpensive alternative or temporary housing
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yurt

tentlike Central Asian nomad`s dwelling, erected on wooden poles and covered with skin, felt, or handwoven textiles in bright colours. The interior ... [11 related articles]
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yurt

An American hi-tech yurt An octagonal shaped shelter that originated in Mongolia. It can be easily assembled, taken apart, and transported. The yurt consists of a wooden frame, carrying a cover made of felt. The frame consists of one or more lattice wall-sections, a door-frame, roof poles,...
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Yurt

The yurt is the dwelling place of Yakutsks, it is a wooden house with sloping turf-clad walls.
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Yurt

A yurt is a portable, bent dwelling structure traditionally used by nomads in the steppes of Central Asia as their home. The structure comprises a crown or compression wheel, usually steam bent, supported by roof ribs which are bent down at the end where they meet the lattice wall (again, steam bent). The top of the wall is prevented from spreadin...
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Yurt

An octagonal shaped shelter that originated in Mongolia, and traditionally made from leather or canvas for easy transportation.
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