What Are Traditional African Huts Made of?

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The houses in Africa were made such that they could provide a cooling effect during the hot weather and warmth during the cold, rainy season. Most of the huts were cone-like in shape and were made from mud, bricks, dung, grass or stone depending on the area and thatched with grass.
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Mud and straw.
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mixing mud and cattle dung into bricks then let them harden in the sun.
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