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Log building

Log buildings throughout Europe

Log buildings and structures can be categorized as historic and modern. A diverse selection of their forms and styles with examples of architectural elements is discussed in the following articles.

Examples of log buildings and structures
Log windmill in Russia 
Log church, Kizhi, Russia 
Corner post construction in an open-air museum in Slovenia 
Baroque granary vulgo Prueger at Mitterdorf #10, Strassburg, Austria 
Three story, octagonal, log threshing barn with a bridge to the second floor in Nätra, Sweden 

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  • See also, farm buildings and houses in southeast Europe including Switzerland, Austria, Hungry, etc. where log construction is common.
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