Life and architecture in Tasbapouni, Nicaragua

Here are a few examples of the houses and life in the miskito-creole village of Tasbapouni, a coastal village in the Pearl Lagoon basin.

Typical costena house with the kitchen sink off the back

 

Pentecostal church

 

What more can I say?

 

100+ year old steel beast of an engine sitting in the front yard

 

Pet goat!

 

Lots of front porch sittin on the beach

 

TASBA

 

Rasta colors

 

Clown house?

 

Farm house outside of the community

 

Young model posing for the camera

 

 

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2 Responses to “Life and architecture in Tasbapouni, Nicaragua”

  1. Ingrid Jeffcoat2 June, 2014 at 12:11 pm #

    I am from Bluefield Nicaragua, and Tasba it’s my home I love everything about it. Thank you

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  1. Caribbean Coast Architecture | rightsideguide.com - 24 November, 2012

    […] Not sure why but I love the way the houses look down here. The houses and the churches. Here is a selection of a few of my favorites from around the coast, including Tasbapauni. […]

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