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Seawall that saved Japanese village


May 18, 2011
By Aggregates & Roadbuilding

May 18, 2011 – In the rubble of Japan’s northeast coast, one small
village stands as tall as ever after the tsunami. No homes were swept
away. In fact, they barely got wet.

May 18, 2011 – In the rubble of Japan’s northeast coast, one small village stands as tall as ever after the tsunami. No homes were swept away. In fact, they barely got wet.

Fudai is the village that survived — thanks to a huge wall once deemed a mayor’s expensive folly and now vindicated as the community’s salvation. | READ MORE

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