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Cities most often destroyed in movies – both real and imagined

We’ve all seen them. Disaster flicks or superhero films that wreak havoc on a major city. It could be the result of a natural disaster, a war, a terrorist attack, nuclear attack or meltdown, an alien invasion, a plague, zombies, … Continue reading

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Urbanography – “The 900 Days; The Siege of Leningrad”

This post is the second in our Urbanography series of book reviews about cities. One might ask, why I am including this authoritative book written by Harrison E. Salisbury about the destructive and lethal siege of Leningrad during World War … Continue reading

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