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La industrializació supusà una major disponibilitat d'aliments. Aixó va repercutir en el descenso de la mortalitat i un for augment de la población. Aquesta en va concentrar a les cuitas, quejaren anar creixent smb les o nades d'imigrants provinents de les zones més rurals seduïts per el treball a les indústries.

La industrializació supusà una major disponibilitat d'aliments. Aixó va repercutir en el descenso de la mortalitat i un for augment de la población. Aquesta en va concentrar a les cuitas, quejaren anar creixent smb les o nades d'imigrants provinents de les zones més rurals seduïts per el treball a les indústries.

the Shard - completed in 2012 and located on the soutside of the Thames is Europe's tallest skyscraper

the Shard - completed in 2012 and located on the soutside of the Thames is Europe's tallest skyscraper

walkie talkie building in London in a certain season at a certain time creates a reflection of light so intense, it melts the paint on cars and sets carpets on fire. Meanwhile, I love this picture. three very cool skyscrapers in London. The one on the right was featured in "A Good Year"

New skyscraper in London blamed for melting cars

walkie talkie building in London in a certain season at a certain time creates a reflection of light so intense, it melts the paint on cars and sets carpets on fire. Meanwhile, I love this picture. three very cool skyscrapers in London. The one on the right was featured in "A Good Year"

Rockefeller Center, New York, 1933.junipergallery Fine-Art Prints by Juniper Gallery

Rockefeller Center, New York, 1933.junipergallery Fine-Art Prints by Juniper Gallery

A1958 rendering of the Mid-Manhattan Expressway proposed by Robert Moses. (Thankfully, not built. It would have meant demolition of historic districts.)

A1958 rendering of the Mid-Manhattan Expressway proposed by Robert Moses. (Thankfully, not built. It would have meant demolition of historic districts.)

A view looking south from 56th Street down the railway tracks on Park Avenue, New York City, circa 1900. Between 1903 and 1907, the New York Central Railroad electrified the Park Avenue lines, allowing trains to run underground, and for the land above to be redeveloped into the present boulevard.

A view looking south from 56th Street down the railway tracks on Park Avenue, New York City, circa 1900. Between 1903 and 1907, the New York Central Railroad electrified the Park Avenue lines, allowing trains to run underground, and for the land above to be redeveloped into the present boulevard.