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2. Yoruba-style  house  The Yoruba people of what is now Nigeria traditionally built dwellings along one large courtyard and sometimes secondary courtyards. These courtyards let in  light  and helped to collect rainwater. Elaborately carved pillars served as roof posts. Rooms were used for living, storage, and cooking space. African Culture, African History, Nigerian Culture, Vernacular Architecture, Traditional Architecture, Yoruba People, Rain Water Collection System, Rainwater Harvesting, Ivory Coast
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2. Yoruba-style house The Yoruba people of what is now Nigeria traditionally built dwellings along one large courtyard and sometimes secondary courtyards. These courtyards let i... 
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