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Homes from early Spanish settlements are found in Florida, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California. Though some were built of stone, most have adobe walls, which consist of bricks of sun-dried clay. Most are one-story buildings with flat or low-pitched roofs that extend over covered porches. Pictured here is a latter-day adaptation of Spanish Colonial style.
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