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Lady in the wood house, Tomohon, Sulawesi.
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Tomohon, Sulawesi, Indonesia. Many of the houses in the region are made from local wood, which is becoming scarce and very expensive. The lady in the image is 95 years old and was born in the house.

Copyright: Martin Broomfield
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Uploadet: 14/01/2010
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Tags: wood; house; domicile; shelter
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