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Abstract

For one week in the fall of 2005, a team of CRP and LARCH professors and students from the City and Regional Planning and Landscape Architecture departments traveled to Copan, Honduras to collaborate with university students, professionals, government officials, and community members in a concept plan for the sustainable development of the Copan River Valley Region. Within this valley is the modern town of Copan Ruinas and an archaeological park containing Mayan ruins that is designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

DOI

10.15368/focus.2006v3n1.14

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