Buildings are commonly perceived as being very permanent, not only because of their structural integrity, but because they give us a sense of belonging (houses, shops etc.) or they connect us with our history or social origins (churches, historical monuments). For this reason we are equally fascinated and disturbed when buildings are destroyed, sometimes by natural disasters such as earthquakes, […]
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