YURTS/GERS/TRELLIS TENTS--includes Mongol and Tibetan tents

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A beatiful Kirgiz yurta, one of two made by my friend Sasha, Mykola Alecksandr Shlahetka. Photo from Estrella '00.

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Interior of Sasha's yurta, the epitome of palatial splendor.  That's him holding the roof pole.  Photo taken Estrella '00.

Master Johann von Drachenfels checks out set of wooden doors on a ger at Estrella '00

This ger belongs to Her Grace, Duchess Lao, and was made by Mistress Sunjan Temujin. TWO PICTURES from this link

Mistress Kerij-e's ger, with beautiful red door decorated with black designs.Directions for building it HERE
 



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This was sent to me by Lord Ogedei, with a note that is was from a Nadaam ceremony. The hint of color at the bottom makes me wonder if this tent has a liner.

Mistress Elizabeth of Braidwood and Sir Harrold of Warrington's yurt, taken in An Tir at May Crown XXXII/1997.

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