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The Lopsided City (7 pics)

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  • 7 May, 2013  |
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All the buildings in the coastal city of Santos, Brazil, are sloped sideways as a result of the clay soil not supporting their weight.

1 The Lopsided City (7 pics)


2 The Lopsided City (7 pics)


3 The Lopsided City (7 pics)


4 The Lopsided City (7 pics)


5 The Lopsided City (7 pics)




6 The Lopsided City (7 pics)


7 The Lopsided City (7 pics)


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№1 Author: NeMa (7 May 2013 02:25) Total user comments: 719


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scary!!!
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№2 Author: db cooper (7 May 2013 02:28) Total user comments: 0


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One good quake or tsunami...
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№3 Author: 1234 (7 May 2013 04:00) Total user comments: 1878


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:07: even their buildings are laid back.....jealous

but with all seriousness this is scary :02:
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№4 Author: robn1 (7 May 2013 04:18) Total user comments: 797


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Why you need building codes. :05:
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№5 Author: rennermartins (7 May 2013 19:49) Total user comments: 222


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Thanks God in Brazil we don´t have tsunamis, earthquakes neither tornados. :45:
All those old buildings (1970´s) are inspected every 3 months by engineers and if any one offers a little risk for safety the owners is obligated to do a structural repair in foundations using hidraulic pumps and other solutions. The final result is the buiding going back to the original position.
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№6 Author: Lu (7 May 2013 19:58) Total user comments: 15082


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You sure the photographer isn't standing with his one foot on a beer can?
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№7 Author: adzhoe (8 May 2013 21:43) Total user comments: 14959


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wow, never seen anything like that...thanks for that info rennermartins
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№8 Author: Forfattare (12 May 2013 00:02) Total user comments: 897


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imagine living on the top floors, scary
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