Delhi. Density and rarefaction

According to some sources Delhi is the world’s most populous metropolis. 22 million souls inhabit the huge conurbation (2013) and whether these are the right numbers or, just, the 16.5 million people of the official statistics, is a huge amount. But Delhi can surprise because of its absolute contrast in distributing so many inhabitants in so incredibly different ways. If we consider the two historical areas of Old Delhi and

Inland Habana

Inlandsis is the word that identifies Antarctica and Goenlandia and literally identifies a glacier inside the mainland. Nothing more different than the warm, often torrid, Caribbean island. The Habana, however, is a city that, if travelled along the lines that separate it from the sea or along the lines of its inner land, strongly changes its appearance. The first city is known by the international tourism, by the images now

The post-socialist city. Budapest between globalization and past heritage

1989 is the year of the definitive disappearance of the bloc of the socialist republics which, since the Second World War, have marked the events of Europe. The year of the demolition of the Berlin Wall, the year of the “velvet revolutions”. The short time before the end of the century marks the countries of socialist Europe with profound transformations. New perspectives open up, new cultural, political and social exchanges