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Tongan Fale - photos

Beach Fale photo
Beach Fale photo
Beach Fale photo
Beach Fale photo
Fale Library photo
Traditional Fale photo
Traditional Fale photo
Tapa photos

About Tongan Fale

Fale on Atata Island photoFale is the tongan word for house - pronounced farlay. Fale in it's usage today is defined as a traditional Tongan and Samoan thatched roof house. Traditional structures are rectangular in shape and have thatched or corrugated tin roofs and sides made of woven coconut leaves, reeds, or timber.

  

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  • Author & photographer: David Johnson (Virtual Oceania)

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