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Veracruz restoration wins architects’ award

A renovation and restoration project in the Historic Center of the port city of Veracruz has won the highest award offered by the 14th Mexican Architectural Biennial. The 240-million-peso (US $12.4-million) FULL STORY The post Veracruz restoration wins architects’ award appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
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