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English: Serpentine walls (or crinkle-crankle walls) are walls that are formed in an undulating line (like a serpent or like several "S" in a row).
- Serpentine walls are sometimes used for: 1.) aesthetic reasons; 2.) to improve the stability of the wall; and-or 3.) to grow sun and warmth loving plants while minimizing windchill in a microclimate, so that introduced fruiting and ornamental plants can be grown in regions where the climate is otherwise not ideal-suitable.
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- ► Serpentine walls in the Netherlands (11 C, 2 F)
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