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mud brick

A term occasionally used for adobe that has been shaped in a brick form and then sun-dried.
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Stone blocks and mudbrick form the main structure of the mosque, with a single minaret.
Then it was over to Mudbrick - its restaurant, wreathed in manicured gardens and with boasts views to die for, one of the island''s most popular spots for lunch.
Olive groves are replaced by pine trees and across the valleys are mudbrick villages, each house with its own hammam steam bath and smallholding on mountainside terraces.
Summary: The ancient walled city of Sanaa is a stunning architectural phantasmagoria, a magical maze of souks, mosques, medieval mudbrick palaces and latticed windowed, gingerbread houses largely untouched by mass tourism.
It's hard to believe that this is what's melting the glaciers," says Veerabhadran Ramanathan, a leading climate scientist, as he walks among Kohlua's mudbrick huts, each with a small cookstove that pours soot into the atmosphere.
In previous years, bread was often made using a tanoor, a mudbrick oven usually found in the villages.
Most of the simple mudbrick homes on this west Kabul hill - which was a launching pad for some of the hundreds of rockets fired into city in the 1990s civil war - were built without official permission.
Sebastian Straten is developing a small-scale hotels venture in the central city of Yazd, renowned for its labyrinth of lanes between old mudbrick buildings and `windcatcher` towers designed to cool houses in the desert heat, Reuters reported.
Nicosia glows as the houses of sandstone and mudbrick protect close-knit families from the encroaching concrete.
Alust for adventure and a feeling of always being an outsider has now spurred Lucy, 52, on to a new adventure - staying in a mudbrick house in the Bulgarian mountains.
2 on the Richter scale, flattened mudbrick houses near the ancient city of Yogyakarta shortly before 6 am as unsuspecting families slept inside.
Arriving at a mudbrick home on the outskirts of Fysalabad, I was greeted by local dignitaries and then treated to fish and chips - cooked specially in my honour.