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This yurt looks kind of home made, especially the roof.

Fierce-looking Mongolian Warrior with his pets (including the gun). (V)

Fierce-looking Mongolian Warrior with his pets (including the gun).

Stay at the Yurt at Bogus Basin (no dogs)

How to Live in a Yurt. A yurt is a very basic, tent-like structure traditionally used for nomadic living. While anyone can choose to live in a yurt, they are especially suitable for those who prefer to live in nature.

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Circus Tent Guesthouses - When Grandma asks you what you want for Christmas, all you have to say is “Groovy Yurts,” and let the hilarity ensue. A yurt is the t.

The interior of an amazing yurt at the Mingei Museum, from HAND/EYE’s 03/Central Asia print issue, now a collector’s item. http:...

Sabline - The interior of an amazing yurt at the Mingei Museum, from HAND/EYE’s Asia print issue, now a collector’s item.

vibrant yurt interior.

Yurt in Moonlight, Kyrgystan

Inside a nomadic family's ger, Mongolia

There are no road signs in the Gobi Desert. Part 3: Snow

A #yurt in Chingissin, Mongolia. A yurt is a portable, collapsible structure that is used by nomads in the steppes of Central Asia. The yurt consists of a circular wooden frame carrying a felt cover. The felt is made from the wool of the flocks of sheep that accompany the pastoralists.

A yurt in Chingissin, Mongolia. Nomadic architecture creates some of the most flexible spaces in architecture and has for most of human history. Not only do most nomadic structure have an open plan, they also are so flexible that they collapse and can tr

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