Ex. 20.04: Lávvu – Culture
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LAVVO. A lavvo (or in Northern Sámi, lávvu) is a traditional dwelling that many Sami used while migrating with their reindeer herds. It was traditionally made of reindeer hides with an opening at the top so that smoke from a fire inside could escape. Although it looks similar to a Native American tipi, structurally it is different. It is still common to see lávvu, especially in Northern Norway, and many non-Sami also use lávvu when camping instead of a tent.
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