Zonians

by Matías Costa


Photographs: Matías Costa

Publisher: la fabrica

96 pages

Year: 2015

ISBN: 978–84–16248–13–1

Price: 36

Comments: 16,5 x 24 cm

During almost one hundred years thousands of Americans lived comfortably in peaceful tropical communities on the banks of the Panama Canal. Known as Zonians, they dealt with the maintenance of one of the largest engineering works of the world, until 1999 when the Canal was given back to Panama. Since then the Zonians meet annually in Florida in order to recall their lost paradise, being aware that once they have disappeared, their community will be lost forever.


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Zonians

by Matías Costa


Photographs: Matías Costa

Publisher: la fabrica

96 pages

Year: 2015

ISBN: 978–84–16248–13–1

Price: 36

Comments: 16,5 x 24 cm

During almost one hundred years thousands of Americans lived comfortably in peaceful tropical communities on the banks of the Panama Canal. Known as Zonians, they dealt with the maintenance of one of the largest engineering works of the world, until 1999 when the Canal was given back to Panama. Since then the Zonians meet annually in Florida in order to recall their lost paradise, being aware that once they have disappeared, their community will be lost forever.


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more books tagged »landscape« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

Zonians

by Matías Costa


Photographs: Matías Costa

Publisher: la fabrica

96 pages

Year: 2015

ISBN: 978–84–16248–13–1

Price: 36

Comments: 16,5 x 24 cm

During almost one hundred years thousands of Americans lived comfortably in peaceful tropical communities on the banks of the Panama Canal. Known as Zonians, they dealt with the maintenance of one of the largest engineering works of the world, until 1999 when the Canal was given back to Panama. Since then the Zonians meet annually in Florida in order to recall their lost paradise, being aware that once they have disappeared, their community will be lost forever.


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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com