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Palestinian dry stone structures: an endogenous expression of cultural landscape

@inproceedings{Ghadban2015PalestinianDS,
  title={Palestinian dry stone structures: an endogenous expression of cultural landscape},
  author={Shadi Sami Ghadban},
  year={2015}
}
This paper aims to discuss the case of an existing architectural feature in the Palestinian environment: the Palestinian dry-stone structures within the larger framework of the historical development of the cultural landscape across Palestine. The current status of these structures is quite alarming, due to several factors, mainly the rapid modernization of the Palestinian community, the largely unorganized urban expansion seen on the area, lack of public awareness and the declining importance… Expand

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