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Is there any possibility to collect photos of structures that had a satisfactory behavior vs a heavy quake, even if with some minor damages ?
Usually we find photos of destroyed buildings and structures, but we don't see something that can be acceptable.


RE: Hearthquake

I suspect that would be a rather extensive set of pictures with modern buildings and codes.

The fact that a structure survived one earthquake doesn't imply it will survive the next- they can vary in intensity, duration, frequencies, direction- condition of buildings changes, too.

RE: Hearthquake

Start it here?

One of my favorites would be Hagia Sophia, Istanbul, Turkey

Reaction to change doesn't stop it smile

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