Earthquake Earthquake, the future construction for a church that was built during the period


In Tambo, located 13,000 feet in the Peru of Andes Mountains, the clay walls The Church of Santiago Apostol, constructed in Spain in 1681, appeared to have been easier to participate in the earthquake.

But after three shaking generations, the church began in the 21st century when a plumbing line, outside the walls horse seers, a missing error and a combined, roof ceiling. The walls of the interior walls are locked up, and the free sunshine in the village of village village have acquired equipment, lane Seussian. The church became unsafe to carry out regular services, which is a blow to this church.

It was not just the Tomb of you. A large earthquake in 2007 and 2009 killed hundreds of Peru and the number of historic buildings. The risk of buildings and their surroundings has encouraged protests and charcoal to explore ways to protect buildings.

The Seismic Resettlement Project, a plan of the Getty Conservation Institute in Los Angeles, is learning about the cultural structure of buildings that are vulnerable to earthquakes.

"We wanted to know, these techniques are not working? Is it possible to work with these engineering professionals?" Daniel Torrealva, one of the research engineers at the Pontifical University of Peru in Lima. "How can these techniques be added to the building?"

In Tambo, the guards saw the opportunity to thoroughly test the culture of movement and provide evidence of their usefulness.

Speaking on a phone interpreter, a resident of Kaouno Tambo, Raul Cárdenas, 57, said that all his entire village wants to retrieve the church; villagers also plan to use the repatriation experience of the project to maintain their home space. For example, one technique is involved in the use of gel for local control systems to attach a lot of water resistant clay.

Five of the five wedding presents were scheduled to arrive at the church's visit to the church early in the year 2019.