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heritage - patrimonio
former - ex
rulers - gobernantes
overlay - superposición
lured - atraidos (verbo)
dazzlind - deslumbrante
thriving - animada
laid out - trazada/diagramada
soars - elevarse (v)
scarcely - apenas
wealth - riqueza
appricot jam/ dulce de damasco

Livable = habitable
Objectively = objetivamente
Availability = disponibilidad
Leisure = ocio
extremely diversified = extremadamente diversificada
skyrocketed = disparado
held = retenida/o
collar workers = trabajadores administrativos con un poco de instrucción
head quartered = sede
buzzing = zumbido
weed = mala hierba
hedge = cobertura
increasingly = crecientemente
attracted = atraído
heritage= patrimonio
grandeur = grandeza
legacy = legado
overlay = superposición
Secessionist = separatista
Dazzling = deslumbrante
Thriving = próspera/o
Laid = puesto
Landmarks = puntos de referencia
Soars = se eleva
Scarcely = apenas
Isolated = aislado
Booming = en auge

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