Huts and similar structures

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New Caledonia 50 francs.jpg

New Caledonia, 50 francs.  Native hut.
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French Polynesia 50 francs-.jpg

French Polynesia, 50 francs.  Native hut.
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Fiji, 3d, 1947.  Native hut.
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Kiribati, $2, 1989.  10th anniversary of independence.  Traditional meeting house, and a sea snail (left).
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Tonga, 1 pa'anga, 1980.  Rural Women's Advancement.  A FAO issue.
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Botswana, 5 pula, 1981.jpg

Botswana, 5 pula, 1981.
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Namibia $10 1995.jpg

Namibia, $10, 1995.
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Lesotho 5 lisente 2006.JPG

Lesotho, 5 lisente, 1998.
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Vietnam 2000 dong 2003.jpg

Vietnam, 2000 dong, 2003.  Stilt house.
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Kiribati $150 1979.jpg


Kiribati $150 1979-.jpg

Kiribati, $150, 1979.  Traditional meeting house.
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tuvalu-50-1976.jpg

Tuvalu, 50 dollars, 1976. Gold. 

Traditional meeting house.  Design by John Donald.
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Traditional Minangkabu meeting house.

Peter
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Cuba, 1 convertible peso, 1994.

A reconstruction of a Taino settlement in Guamá, Cuba.

The Taíno were an Arawak people who were the indigenous people of the Caribbean and Florida.
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French Pacific Territories, 100 francs, 2021.  A faré (Tahitian hut)
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Swaziiland 5E 2018.jpg


Eswatini (formerly Swaziland), 5 emalangeni, 2018.

Golden Jubilee: 50th anniversary of independence.

Central bank building, traditional hut, corn plants, microscopy.
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