casa del poblador
casa del pueblo, casa del poblador
In Spanish Colonial architecture of the 18th and 19th centuries, a house in a village or town usually constructed of adobe brick that has been plastered and whitewashed; had a mission tile roof supported by beams that penetrated the walls, and wood-framed casement windows, with the windows facing the street protected by grilles or gratings.
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