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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - "Chiesa Nuova" in San Felice sul Panaro is the new anti-seismic church of the town. It was built entirely in wood, using x-lam panels and lamellar beams. Finally, the internal walls were covered with plasterboard.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
"Chiesa Nuova" in San Felice sul Panaro is the new anti-seismic church of the town. It was built entirely in wood, using x-lam panels and lamellar beams. Finally, the internal walls were covered with plasterboard.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - Refurbishment of the premises near the San Felice sul Panaro railway station according to anti-seismic criteria.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
Refurbishment of the premises near the San Felice sul Panaro railway station according to anti-seismic criteria.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - The Pmar (modular removable housing prefabricated buildings) still occupied by the residents of San Felice sul Panaro and displaced by the 2012 earthquake are 84, for a total of 158 people.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
The Pmar (modular removable housing prefabricated buildings) still occupied by the residents of San Felice sul Panaro and displaced by the 2012 earthquake are 84, for a total of 158 people.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - A lady originally from Albania is visiting a friend of hers who works as a caregiver for a gentleman housed in the provisional housing modules.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
A lady originally from Albania is visiting a friend of hers who works as a caregiver for a gentleman housed in the provisional housing modules.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - The spaces of the maps are often too small for large families and all that remains is to occupy the available areas entirely.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
The spaces of the maps are often too small for large families and all that remains is to occupy the available areas entirely.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - All household appliances, including the induction cookers in the kitchen, are powered by electricity.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
All household appliances, including the induction cookers in the kitchen, are powered by electricity.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - A family with a 2-year-old girl is waiting to return to their home and still lives in the provisional housing modules.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
A family with a 2-year-old girl is waiting to return to their home and still lives in the provisional housing modules.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - In the temporary housing modules (map) many of the tenants bought televisions, microwave ovens and electronic equipment which increased the already high energy demand caused by the use of air conditioners, induction plates and refrigerators.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
In the temporary housing modules (map) many of the tenants bought televisions, microwave ovens and electronic equipment which increased the already high energy demand caused by the use of air conditioners, induction plates and refrigerators.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - PMAR (Removable modular housing prefabricated buildings, commonly defined as Map, built after the earthquake of 20 and 29 May 2012) vacated by residents who have found an alternative housing solution.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
PMAR (Removable modular housing prefabricated buildings, commonly defined as Map, built after the earthquake of 20 and 29 May 2012) vacated by residents who have found an alternative housing solution.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - The tiny living room available to the family who lives inside a map has been entirely occupied by some sofas and a small table.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
The tiny living room available to the family who lives inside a map has been entirely occupied by some sofas and a small table.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - With the onset of heat and no gray areas, the new temporary neighborhood created with the containers is increasingly a dormitory area and even the last tenants of the "Map" dream of returning to their homes soon.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
With the onset of heat and no gray areas, the new temporary neighborhood created with the containers is increasingly a dormitory area and even the last tenants of the "Map" dream of returning to their homes soon.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - The bills for the electricity that feeds all the equipment used in the "Map" were initially taken over by the city council. Three years after the 2012 earthquake, however, they are the responsibility of the displaced inhabitants. Given the size of the amounts, there are many who have opposed and refused to pay them.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
The bills for the electricity that feeds all the equipment used in the "Map" were initially taken over by the city council. Three years after the 2012 earthquake, however, they are the responsibility of the displaced inhabitants. Given the size of the amounts, there are many who have opposed and refused to pay them.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - Coni (Italian Olympic Games Committee) President Giovanni Malagò, in office since February 19, 2013, visits the new sports gym of the San Felice sul Panaro elementary school.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
Coni (Italian Olympic Games Committee) President Giovanni Malagò, in office since February 19, 2013, visits the new sports gym of the San Felice sul Panaro elementary school.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - The new gym at the service of the primary school "L.A. Muratori , in the new complex. The structure completes the new school complex built after the 2012 earthquakes.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
The new gym at the service of the primary school "L.A. Muratori , in the new complex. The structure completes the new school complex built after the 2012 earthquakes.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - Romano Battisti, canoe champion, Olympic silver in London 2012, delivers some sports equipment offered by the sports group of the "Fiamme Gialle", the sporting activity of the Guardia di Finanza, one of the Italian military corps.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
Romano Battisti, canoe champion, Olympic silver in London 2012, delivers some sports equipment offered by the sports group of the "Fiamme Gialle", the sporting activity of the Guardia di Finanza, one of the Italian military corps.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - The new nursery school of San Felice sul Panaro is part of the comprehensive school, which is rebuilt using anti-seismic building criteria.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
The new nursery school of San Felice sul Panaro is part of the comprehensive school, which is rebuilt using anti-seismic building criteria.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - In the new classrooms of the primary school of San Felice sul Panaro the old slate blackboards have been placed side by side with modern interactive multimedia blackboards.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
In the new classrooms of the primary school of San Felice sul Panaro the old slate blackboards have been placed side by side with modern interactive multimedia blackboards.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - Detail of the janitor's shop of the new primary school of San Felice sul Panaro inside the Comprehensive School.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
Detail of the janitor's shop of the new primary school of San Felice sul Panaro inside the Comprehensive School.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - Some commemorative plaques of the financiers who financially participated in the construction of the new inclusive scholastic institute M. Montessori in San Felice sul Panaro.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
Some commemorative plaques of the financiers who financially participated in the construction of the new inclusive scholastic institute M. Montessori in San Felice sul Panaro.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - Entrance to the new M. Montessori school complex in San Felice, built following new anti-seismic criteria after the 2012 earthquake made the existing buildings unusable.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
Entrance to the new M. Montessori school complex in San Felice, built following new anti-seismic criteria after the 2012 earthquake made the existing buildings unusable.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - Elementary school children attend the delivery of sports equipment donated by the Fiamme Gialle in the new school gym.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
Elementary school children attend the delivery of sports equipment donated by the Fiamme Gialle in the new school gym.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - The new headquarters of the municipality of San Felice sul Panaro in the heart of the "new" city center, far from the historic center damaged by the 2012 earthquake.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
The new headquarters of the municipality of San Felice sul Panaro in the heart of the "new" city center, far from the historic center damaged by the 2012 earthquake.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - The mayor of the San Felice sul Panaro Alberto Silvestri, reconfirmed in the post-earthquake elections, in his office within the new municipality.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
The mayor of the San Felice sul Panaro Alberto Silvestri, reconfirmed in the post-earthquake elections, in his office within the new municipality.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - Deputy mayor Giovanni Giovannelli and one of his collaborators during a meeting in the management office of the municipality of San Felice sul Panaro.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
Deputy mayor Giovanni Giovannelli and one of his collaborators during a meeting in the management office of the municipality of San Felice sul Panaro.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - Some farms have been heavily hit by the earthquake and, pending the slow-to-arrive rebuilding contributions, some entrepreneurs have rebuilt at their own expense.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
Some farms have been heavily hit by the earthquake and, pending the slow-to-arrive rebuilding contributions, some entrepreneurs have rebuilt at their own expense.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - The remains of the META where due to the shake of September 29, of magnitude 5.8, two workers and an engineer died under the rubbles.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
The remains of the META where due to the shake of September 29, of magnitude 5.8, two workers and an engineer died under the rubbles.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - An inhabitant of San Felice sul Panaro, after having spent the emergency period at the Campo Pascoli of the Civil Protection and after having stayed for two years in the "map", has finally obtained a new home.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
An inhabitant of San Felice sul Panaro, after having spent the emergency period at the Campo Pascoli of the Civil Protection and after having stayed for two years in the "map", has finally obtained a new home.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - Many of the farms, as well as the colonial houses and the old country farmhouses, have suffered extensive damage and decreed uninhabitable, have been abandoned and replaced with housing modules and new buildings.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
Many of the farms, as well as the colonial houses and the old country farmhouses, have suffered extensive damage and decreed uninhabitable, have been abandoned and replaced with housing modules and new buildings.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - Some displaced people, not veiling to abandon their homes declared uninhabitable for fear of theft, have chosen to buy containers at their own expense and live near their homes.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
Some displaced people, not veiling to abandon their homes declared uninhabitable for fear of theft, have chosen to buy containers at their own expense and live near their homes.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - Some young inhabitants of San Felice, in the absence of meeting spaces, have chosen to illegally occupy some premises of the former elementary school, now declared unacceptable, and set up an artistic and recreational center.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
Some young inhabitants of San Felice, in the absence of meeting spaces, have chosen to illegally occupy some premises of the former elementary school, now declared unacceptable, and set up an artistic and recreational center.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - Country music concert in one of the pubs in San Felice sul Panaro which, during the 2012 earthquake, chose to always remain open and guarantee the bar and restaurant service to citizens already severely affected by the earthquake.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
Country music concert in one of the pubs in San Felice sul Panaro which, during the 2012 earthquake, chose to always remain open and guarantee the bar and restaurant service to citizens already severely affected by the earthquake.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - Some young residents of San Felice play ball in the deserted streets of the temporary map district.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
Some young residents of San Felice play ball in the deserted streets of the temporary map district.
San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015 - what remains of an advertisement for anti-seismic houses and the relative booth in which the sale of houses was promoted near the new residential area built after the 2012 earthquake.
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San Felice sul Panaro, Emilia Romagna Region, Italy, May 2015
what remains of an advertisement for anti-seismic houses and the relative booth in which the sale of houses was promoted near the new residential area built after the 2012 earthquake.

The 2012 Northern Italy earthquakes: San felice sul Panaro, three years later

May 20th 2012 at 04:03:52 a terrible earthquake of magnitude 5.8, duration of 20 seconds and with epicenter in Finale Emilia to 6.3 km of depth, surprises the population in the sleep. 
May 29th 2012 at 09:00:03 another awful shake upset the inhabitants making them again fall in the fear and in the panic. 
The balance of earthquake is dramatic: 27 dead and at least 350 wounded. 
The historic preservation protected in the stricken area are 1159 and around 600 of they have been damaged and the earthquake hit 7000 commercial farms and around 2000 have been damaged or destroyed and they must be reconstruct. 
During the earthquake almost 17.000 people have been assisted and 100 equipped areas have been prepared for the assistance to the population. In the phase of first emergency the number of men and women of Civil Protection who served in these places reached a maximum of 5253 people. 2.5 billion euro allocated in three years and damages are estimated around 13,2 billion of euro. Over 9000 evacuees were able to return home. Other 8000 still live in the camps, at the end of the summer. 
After three years, many city centers have been made accessible again, some houses demolished and others rebuilt. In San Felice sul Panaro, one of the countries most affected by the earthquake, the city center has been rebuilt in a rural area not far away, as the public buildings and many houses of the old town are still uninhabitable. Some residents have restored their houses and returned to live in them, after a period spent in campers, tents, caravans; but those economically in greatest difficulty, not having huge savings, still live in the containers made available after the dismantling of the camps managed by civil protection and voluntary associations. Other citizens, however, are still hostage to the inability of their home, located too close to an unusable building that does not allow them to intervene on the restoration of their home and still live in private homes, partially at the expense of the state. Meanwhile, the days pass and, three years after the earthquake, many still dream that the life will return as before the earthquake of 2012.
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