Mark Howell's - "Soundings"
Sunday, March 31, 2013

Brazil's capital city of Brasilia took just three and a half years to create from conception to completion, from 1957 to 1960. In defense of Florida's Department of Transportation, the job did take 10,000 workers, who were housed in shanty towns that still surround the city today.

Architect Oscar Niemeyer, the creator of Brasilia, died just four months ago,...

For the complete article, please pick up a copy of The Citizen for this day or purchase this day's electronic edition at Home Delivery & Electronic Edition subscibers to The Citizen may access this article, once logged in to, at no charge. If you forget your password, please call us at 305-292-7777, ext. 4.