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Architect: vernacular - Date: unknown Location: Arctic - Building Type: nomadic house Style: Inuit Vernacular Construction System: cut snow masonry

Igloo - Wikipedia


An igloo also known as a snow house or snow hut, is a type of shelter built of snow, typically built when the snow can be easily compacted. Although igloos are  ...

www.ask.com/youtube?q=What Is An Igloo&v=5aEkhhrQEOU
Dec 7, 2010 ... This video just talks about the build. For step by step video please check out my later (much better) video here: ...

What is an Igloo?


Igloo or Iglu is a snow house that is dome shaped. Originally used by the Eskimos as a temporary shelter or for hunting expeditions, an Igloo has become an ...

1-4 What is an Igloo? | Smrt English


Do you know what an igloo is? An igloo is a small building made of snow. Inuit old photo. Inuit kids. Inuit baby. Igloos were first built by the Inuit people. The Inuit  ...

How Igloos Work | HowStuffWorks


Igloos were created by Inuit Indians as temporary houses to use on fishing and hunting expeditions. Learn about igloos and find out how to construct an igloo.

The Snow House - Igloo | Facts For Kids, Science « Kinooze


Aug 22, 2012 ... Igloos, or the Ice Houses are generally built of snow and ice in very cold places. An igloo is a dome-shaped building, with blocks of ice built up ...

igloo | dwelling | Britannica.com


Jul 20, 1998 ... Temporary winter home or hunting-ground dwelling of Canadian and Greenland Inuit (Eskimos). The term igloo, or iglu, from Eskimo igdlu ...

Who lives in igloos? | Reference.com


The Inuit people, commonly known as Eskimos, lived in houses made of snow and ice, called igloos. Eskimos in contemporary times live mostly in houses, but ...

Igloo - New World Encyclopedia


The igloo or iglu is the traditional shelter of Inuit living in the far northern regions. ... For a large igloo the first rows of snow blocks form vertical walls, but the key ...