Scrapped airport in Mexico City reclaimed by ancient lake

An abandoned construction zone in Mexico City, originally planned for a high-tech airport, is now part of a project to conserve 12,200 hectares of marshland where the once massive Lake Texoco stood. Plans for a new international airport at the location – where the once massive Lake Texcoco stood before Spanish colonisers in the 1600s began draining the water to prevent flooding in their burgeoning … Continue reading Scrapped airport in Mexico City reclaimed by ancient lake