Yurts are around, portable tents traditionally used by nomads traveling throughout Asia, created with texture, leather or fabric. They have been developed to be dropped and carried on the backs of camels or yaks. Any domed and round tent can be called a yurt nowadays.

Elad Gonen

The domed shirt of A yurt has a hole in the middle, allowing to escape.

Shannon Malone

A ceiling of beams is compacted by the weight of the fabric. The compression makes the structure rigid.

Elad Gonen

A typical yurt consists of materials which may be removed and reassembled easily and often.

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Modern-day yurts might be semipermanent and constructed to withstand rugged conditions.

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