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Abstract. The results of a research project on the vernacular architecture of indigenous communities in western Panama are presented. The field of study focuses on the indigenous territories of the Ngäbe, Buglé, Naso and Bribri ethnic groups, close to the border with Costa Rica. All of them belong to a well-defined geographical area and are linked by close historical, social and cultural ties. The constructions studied are based on the use of plant materials from their immediate surroundings,doi:10.5194/isprs-archives-xliv-m-1-2020-41-2020 fatcat:awteymibd5cnddfbq5jmce32hu