Contemporary Tegucigalpa has

Contemporary Tegucigalpa has grown over the past 50 years but has become a city disorganized due to lack of planning it. The migration from countryside to city has come to increase the capital’s population, especially on the surrounding land located on the slopes of many hills, many of them, devoid of urbanization. The city of Tegucigalpa, is constantly growing. Currently residential development poles point south of the city from the airport Toncont n to the dam area as Los Laureles and dormitory towns, we have in the northeast, the municipality of Santa Lucia and Valle de Angeles. Clean after Hurricane Mitch struck Tegucigalpa. On 30 October 1998 the city suffered major damage after Hurricane Mitch, which destroyed part of Comayag ela and places bordered by the Rio Grande and Choluteca.The hurricane remained over Honduran territory for five days which caused the earth could not absorb so much rain, coupled with deforestation, caused severe flooding throughout the country, especially in Tegucigalpa. The flooding of the tributaries of the Rio Grande or Choluteca did it exceed the height of the Juan Ramon Molina Bridge, which was washed away and replaced quickly by a Bailey bridge. Central Plaza Tegucigalpa The rains also caused landslides in the area of the hill the tantrum. These landslides swept most of the colony Soto, whose debris fell on the river basin was formed by a dam at the height of the colony, this dam stagnated waters of the Rio Grande or Choluteca and caused flooding in the lower Comayag ela destroying the old establishment located near the Calle Real.In other sectors collapsed current hills, hills and mountainsides, taking entire neighborhoods, buildings, parks, cars, etc.. The areas most affected were those located near rivers.

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