Lake Nicaragua, view from hike to San Ramon waterfall southwest towards Lake Nicaragua

Title

Lake Nicaragua, view from hike to San Ramon waterfall southwest towards Lake Nicaragua
Nicaragua Canal

Subject

canals; natural landscapes; lakes (bodies of water); construction sites

Description

The Nicaragua Canal is planned to pass 4km south of Ometepe so this view in the future would include 400,000 ton class vessels moving LNG and oil.
This project was funded by Bernard and Anne Spitzer Travel Fellowship for research projects involving travel abroad and incorporating the study of architecture, landscape architecture, or urbanism.
In late January 2014, Chinese investment group HKND announced plans to cut a 286 kilometer long and 83 meter wide canal across Nicaragua from the Pacific to the Atlantic. 2014-15 is potentially the last chance to document the Nicaraguan landscape from the Pacific to the Atlantic, along the canal route, before construction begins. There are many questions that I aim to gain perspective on from this trip. 1. What is Nicaragua now, and what might it become? 2. How do the locals feel about the canal? 3. How might tourism be impacted by the canal? 4. What might the viewsheds of the future become for Lake Nicaragua and the Pacific coast?

Creator

Gelband, Lara

Rights

This image is under copyright. You need to contact copyright owners for any commercial or non-commercial uses. Contact information: digital@ccny.cuny.edu.
Lara Gelband

Type

Garden and Landscape

Identifier

T0104

Coverage

San Ramon, Ometepe, Nicaragua

Files

13508170-01_Ometepe_San-Ramon.jpg

Citation

Gelband, Lara, “Lake Nicaragua, view from hike to San Ramon waterfall southwest towards Lake Nicaragua,” Spitzer School of Architecture, accessed July 24, 2024, http://digitalscholarship.ccny.cuny.edu/architecture/items/show/687.

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