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Manuscript B folios 16r, 33r, 37r, 37v, 38r

Ideal City

The adjective "ideal" should not be interpreted as referring to the beauty of buildings, but rather to urban perfection.

Everything had to function perfectly, especially the movement of things and people, as well as cleanliness and hygiene, which have always been primary concerns in designing a city.
The design of the city begins with the selection of a suitable site crossed by a river. The river is divided and diverted into canals arranged in a regular geometric pattern. All buildings and structures must be built along these canals. They allow boats to navigate throughout the city and their waters operate the sewers.
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