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Why move your stuff when you can live in a walking city?

 Fifty years later, Spanish architectural student Manuel Dominguez proposes a "Very Large Structure" that is " a nomadic city that can move on caterpillar tracks to locations where work and resources are abundant."

According to ArchDaily,

Its mobility is proposed as a way to encourage reforestation of the static cities which it replaces, and part of its day-to-day function is the management of this environment. The specific social conditions of the Spanish territory it is designed for also add to its relevance: it provides work for the high number of unemployed citizens in Spain.

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