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Estudiantes Utopia Universidad de La Salle

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Es común en Utopía, ver transitar a los estudiantes y habitantes por los caminos peatonales elevados, para ir de sus alojamientos a las aulas o a tomar sus alimentos. En el periodo de invierno, debido a las lluvias se hace difícil caminar, por ello los caminos se elevaron algunos centímetros sobre el nivel del terreno. Se han colocado pérgolas sobre los caminos que llevarán plantas trepadoras y enredaderas que protegerán del sol a los caminantes. (Arq. Lina). Conozca más del proyecto. www.utopia.edu.co

  • Claudia Aixa Mutis 11 months ago
    Es el mejor proyecto en pro del desarrollo rural y de la paz de Colombia, realizado por la Universidad de La Salle.
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