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Will Steel and and Concrete Spell DOOM for for MEXICO CITY?
How the Ancient Capital of the Aztecs, Founded Six Hundred Years Ago, Is Slowly Sinking Under the Weight of Its Modern Buildings
Healy, P F - The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945) - Atlanta, Ga.
Date: Jul 5, 1925
Start Page:E10
Pages:2
 Abstract (Document Summary)

THE civilization of Mexico City is literally pressing it into the earth. Churches and hotels, Government buildings and theaters, all are sinking very slowly but so steadily that it

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