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Kapar (Persian: کپر) is a sort of traditional temporary dwelling in Southeastern Iran and the Baluchi areas of Pakistan and Afghanistan. A shelter of long frames Kapar is often made of Tamarisk and palm trees, and has vertical composition.
- Maleki Shoja, Kiana and Aminravan, Mojgan: Tribal housing structures analysis in Balochistan of Iran. In: Journal of Research in Ecology. ISSN No: Print: 2319 –1546; Online: 2319– 1554
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