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The cultural characteristics of the nomads can be seen from the yurt

The category:COMPANY NEWS  Release time:2019-12-26
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The yurt is the residential cultural form of the nomads on the northern grasslands. After years of development, it has gradually become a model of architectural art with national characteristics. She accompanied the Mongolian people from generation to generation and lived a nomadic life that lived on aquatic plants.

In the eyes of the Mongols and northern people, the yurt is a symbol of the "home" of the nomads. Many different races in different parts of the world have created brilliant architectural culture. However, in the history of world architectural art, the essence of architectural art of most ethnic groups and regions is mainly concentrated in religious buildings, mausoleum buildings, military buildings, palace buildings and garden landscapes. Even if residential housing is the main feature in some areas, or the essential pursuit of culture is implied in its structural form, or its use function is often a feature of family and tribal rural socialization, it is still based on pure folklore. on. The secular life style yurt was developed in this country and region with typical characteristics of the residential building culture, which is rare in the history of world architecture.
    The pattern of the yurt clearly shows the characteristics of Mongolian folk traditional culture. Compared with the felt tents of other nomads, it can show its own characteristics. Among the ethnic minorities in northeast and northwest China, ethnic minorities dominated by nomadic economy account for a large proportion. Among these nomads, nomads live in tents, and their economic and cultural models are mostly grassland nomads, but they are still different from Mongolian in aesthetic habits.
Yurt culture
    Yurt is a kind of folk house culture, which was completed by many common shepherds of different ages and backgrounds. These ordinary people, who are not architects and artists, gradually accumulate experience driven by their own life needs, and conventionally define the structure of the yurt as some elements that meet actual needs and have aesthetic characteristics. The yurt can be said to be a crystallization of public wisdom.

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