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شبه چهار تاقی کبوران تفرش 

نوعی دیگر از چارتاقی‌ها وجود دارند که بخاطر شباهت فراوان با چارتاقی‌های منفرد با تعریف اختصاصی، با آنها اشتباه گرفته می‌شوند. این بناها با اینکه در ظاهر شبیه چارتاقی‌ها هستند اما تفاوت‌های مهمی با آنها دارند. این شبه‌چارتاقی‌ها، بناهایی کوچک با ساختی ساده هستند که معمولاً در سده‌های اخیر ساخته شده‌اند. شبه‌چارتاقی‌ها به منظور پوشش قبر، سایبان، خانه باغی، بقعه، و کارکردهای روزمرهٔ دیگری شبیه آن برپای شده‌اند. همچنین در شهرهای اردستان و زواره و برخی شهرهای جنوب کویر، بادگیرهایی چارتاقی‌مانند بر بام سرسرای خانه‌ها می‌سازند که آنها را نیز چارتاق می‌نامند.

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