Taken some time ago in Fujian, South China. These Tulou (“earthern buildings”) are made of earth, sand and clay and are not vegan, since earth contains animals like worms, ants and rotten dinosaurs.
The Fujian Tulou are the best preserved and most representative examples of the tulou of the mountainous regions of south China. The large dramatic earthen defensive buildings, built between the 13th and 20th centuries are an extraordinary reflection of the Hakka settlement.
I took this photo from the mountains close by.
I took this photo inside one of the oldest Tulou Clusters in Fujian, China.
These buildings in China are a UNESCO World Heritage, since they are up 700 years old and still habited by the Hakka people.
I took this panorama of 12 photos on my last travel to China.
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