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It's been 8 years now since the devastated earthquake of 2009. Roughly 30-35% of the buildings have gone through a great restoration. The quality of the work is just amazing. You will see how much work still needs to be done but so far I'm...More
When walking in the early evening around and witnessing all the buildings under restoration and others scaffolded, to prevent them falling apart, you feel the destructive force of the 2009 earthquake. It felt like visiting a war zone, like in Syria, although I've never been...More
Almost deserted with closed alleys and ruined homes. But one can see the past richness of the city in past while touring the historical center. A lot of restoration and renovation is underway; however it seems that these will continue for some more decades. The...More