HISTORIC CENTER OF L’AQUILA ~ Flourishing in the 14th and 15th century's, the majority of the city center buildings were destroyed in the 2009 earthquake. Most buildings are still red-tagged                                       `

HISTORIC CENTER OF L’AQUILA ~ Flourishing in the 14th and 15th century's, the majority of the city center buildings were destroyed in the 2009 earthquake. Most buildings are still red-tagged `

Temporary auditorium in L'Aquila - L'Aquila, Italia - 2012 - RPBW - Renzo Piano Building Workshop

Temporary auditorium in L'Aquila - L'Aquila, Italia - 2012 - RPBW - Renzo Piano Building Workshop

L'Aquila Church - Chiesa di San Bernardino, a new church after the Earthquake - L'Aquila, Italy - 2010 - Antonio Citterio

L'Aquila Church - Chiesa di San Bernardino, a new church after the Earthquake - L'Aquila, Italy - 2010 - Antonio Citterio

2009 L'Aquila earthquake - geophysicists jailed for six years in 2012.

2009 L'Aquila earthquake - geophysicists jailed for six years in 2012.

HISTORIC CENTER OF L’AQUILA ~ HISTORIC CENTER OF L’AQUILA ~ Flourishing in the 14th and 15th century's, the majority of the city center buildings were destroyed in the 2009 earthquake. Most buildings are still red-tagged

HISTORIC CENTER OF L’AQUILA ~ HISTORIC CENTER OF L’AQUILA ~ Flourishing in the 14th and 15th century's, the majority of the city center buildings were destroyed in the 2009 earthquake. Most buildings are still red-tagged

Seven of #Italy's leading experts on natural disasters have each been sentenced for giving false assurances before a 2009 #earthquake.

L'Aquila earthquake scientists sentenced to six years in jail - video

Seven of #Italy's leading experts on natural disasters have each been sentenced for giving false assurances before a 2009 #earthquake.

L’aquila Temporary Concert Hall    by Shigeru Ban Architects    On April 6th 2009 a 6.3 magnitude earthquake ravaged L’Aquila Italy, a city famous for its music scene. The following July a G8 Summit was held in L’Aquila. There the Japanese government, in a show of solidarity, announced plans to fund a temporary concert hall proposed by Shigeru Ban to support reconstruction of the city. The aim was to construct a paper concert hall which was easy to assemble and durable, for an...

L’aquila Temporary Concert Hall by Shigeru Ban Architects On April 6th 2009 a 6.3 magnitude earthquake ravaged L’Aquila Italy, a city famous for its music scene. The following July a G8 Summit was held in L’Aquila. There the Japanese government, in a show of solidarity, announced plans to fund a temporary concert hall proposed by Shigeru Ban to support reconstruction of the city. The aim was to construct a paper concert hall which was easy to assemble and durable, for an...

l'aquila, italy. where my family is from. a piece of the damage from the 2009 earthquake. still recovering almost three years later. family's house was destroyed.

l'aquila, italy. where my family is from. a piece of the damage from the 2009 earthquake. still recovering almost three years later. family's house was destroyed.

Iconic picture from l'#Aquila #earthquake

Iconic picture from l'#Aquila #earthquake

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