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“They are pretty surreal environments,” he continued. “The absence of people helps you understand the scale of the places, even if they’re not fully built out. You can see the markings of the roadways or the block structures sort of stretching out into the distance, and you recognize how big these things were intended to be, and that sort of scale makes it more obvious how irrational they were in their undertaking.”

Christopher Marcinovsky: The City that Never Was (Huff Post)

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