How to Grow A City


In cities rich with centuries of history, the inhabitants have had to adopt old structures, road plans, and materials and incorporate them into new buildings, parks, and living quarters. What once served a particular function is adapted for a modern use, satisfying the needs of current occupants while maintaining a connection to the past. In Italy, the seat from where the Roman Empire controlled vast swaths of territory, this pattern of transformation and development has resulted in a unique sense of medieval-meets-baroque architecture that permeates many of the villages and small-town life.

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