Where Are Igloos Found?


Igloos are found in Greenland and they were used as homes by the Eskimos. The igloo is the most common symbol identified with Eskimos, yet most Eskimos don't live in what most people think an igloo is. Nowadays, Eskimos live in wood, stone, and even cement buildings.
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Architect: vernacular - Date: unknown Location: Arctic - Building Type: nomadic house Style: Inuit Vernacular Construction System: cut snow masonry
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