- Walled towns and settlements, known as paletas, were built on high plains or hills to provide a strategic and defensive advantage.
- Dry stone terraces prevent soil erosion, collect water and create terraced fields used in agriculture.
- Spaces in the walled towns, called moras, serve as cultural and ceremonial gathering places.
- Towns in the 230-square-kilometer site have wooden statues that represent respected members of communities and heroic events.
ANSWER Konso Cultural Landscape, Ethiopia
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