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    Well, as you guessed - Spain traditionally uses stone/bricks/adobe, whereas Scandinavia traditionally builds fully-timbered (log-houses) or wooden houses. Once you get down to Denmark and Germany there are less forests and to conserve wood, people built Half-timbered houses. And south of the Alps it's pretty much all non-wood.