Colorful Houses in Uummannaq, GreenlandAdd to Lightbox Download
The Greenlandic Inuit lived in sod homes, until Scandinavian colonizers began shipping timber kits north in the 18th century. The bright colors originally telegraphed the buildings' functions: red stores, yellow hospitals, black police stations and blue fish factories.
- Amanda Castleman
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