Welcome to L'Aquila

Over half a decade on from the devastating 6.3 magnitude earthquake in 2009 that killed 309 people and rendered 65,000 homeless, L'Aquila's skyline is still dotted with cranes and scaffolding. The notoriously sluggish revival has been dogged by squabbling and scandal, a controversy that peaked in 2012 when six scientists and an official were convicted of multiple counts of manslaughter for failing to warn residents... Read More

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