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May is Historic Preservation Month in the USA, so there's been a flurry of walking tours and special festivals to celebrate America's Colonial and Victorian architecture. But over the past few years, preservationists have been saying that we need to push at the boundaries of what we mean when we say historic. Although great progress is being made toward preserving buildings from the 1700s and 1800s, newer buildings often suffer neglect. Do we need to work harder to protect places like the Bauhaus house built by Walter Gropius? Is a building constructed in the mid-20th century "too new" to be saved? What do you think?

Fonte: AboutArchitecture
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