Category:Rock-cut architecture

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English: Rock-cut architecture is the practice of creating a structure by carving it out of solid natural rock. Rock that is not part of the structure is removed until the only rock left are the architectural elements of the excavated interior.
rock-cut architecture 
creation of structures, buildings, and sculptures by excavating solid rock
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Instance of architectural style
Subclass of subterranea,
architecture,
rock art
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arquitectura rupestre (es); 岩を切り出した建築物 (ja); architettura rupestre (it); 石切建築 (zh); Rock-cut architecture (en-ca); rock-cut architecture (en-gb); architektura tesaná do skály (cs); 巖雕建築 (zh-hant); Felsbau (de-ch); Felsbau (de); Arquitectura rupestre (ca); rock-cut architecture (en); عمارة مقطوعة في الصخر (ar); 岩雕建筑 (zh-hans); குடைவரைக் கோயில் (ta) creation of structures, buildings, and sculptures by excavating solid rock (en); construcciones excavadas o esculpidas en cuevas, grutas o paredes rocosas (es); construccions excavades o esculpides en coves, grutes o parets rocoses, per les civilitzacions antigues (ca)

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Category:Underground buildings

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