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Architecture: Then and Now

These four pairs of modern dwellings and their past counterparts explore the evolution of architectural styles through the ages.
When settlers first made their homes on the prairies of North America, the sod house was the prevalent form of architecture because wood wasn’t readily available. Settlers cut patches of sod into long rectangles and layered them together to form small huts. Photo via schmidt-thesman.blogspot.com

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