Timber Framing - Americas

Americas

Most "haft-timbered" houses existing in Missouri, Pennsylvania (ethnically, the Amish are German) and Texas were built by German settlers. Many are still present in Colonia Tovar, (Venezuela), Santa Catarina, and Rio Grande do Sul,(Brazil), where Germans settled. Later, they chose more suitable building materials for local conditions (most likely because of the great problem of tropical termites.)

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