Tue. Oct 19th, 2021

The institute said: “All this understanding is particularly appropriate at the security and civil security level, as there is a set of active faults in the region comparable to the one that caused the 1755 earthquake that might have the potential to generate earthquakes with possible results on the Spanish coast that are bigger than previously believed.”This is why the authors conclude that the seismic and tsunami danger related to these structures must be urgently re-evaluated.”The death and destruction brought on by the 1775 earthquake were not limited to just Lisbon.Nearby areas such as Cadiz and Huelva were also affected by the disaster.The earthquake also took a significant toll on Portugals economy, costing in between 32 and 48 percent of the nations GDP.


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