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UNESCO  MISSION TO THE EARTHQUAKE DAMAGE DISTRICT IN GUJARAT, INDIA,  FOR THE CONSERVATION OF CULTURAL PROPERTIESMARCH 1-15, 2001


ANJAR


all photographs (except as marked) by Randolph Langenbach / UNESCO, 2001


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This house, and the one below, were a survivors of both the earthquake of 1956, and 2001.  Contributing to their survival was undoubtedly the fact that the floor beams extended through the wall to support the balconies.

 

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