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Some say that borders in the world are just artificial, convened. This could be evident in how local building types cross border lines and continue to be present in neighboring countries, or even in distant countries (like features of Chinese or Indian or European architecture are present in the United States, for example). However, those "artificial," politically shaped borders end up re-shaping after a while local architecture types.
A country-based division is the most straightforward way of introducing a database of world architecture. The home page of countries in Ethnoarch features an updated list (as of October 2006) of countries and territories of the world. The list links to a description of each country's ethno-architecture, and also to a list of groups (language groups) belonging to each country, as well as their architectural types.
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For academic purposes, please cite this page as: Austria [online]. Berkeley, CA:, 18 November 2006 [cited 24 January 2017]. Available from World Wide Web: <>.

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