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Parcels of land in a quaint, historic town called Mineral de Pozos in Central Mexico 8000 ft. above sea level, with plenty of wind and sun for energy use and enough rain for water catchment. The vernacular of the colonial architecture and the indigenous raw materials of caliche stone and adobe earth are ideal for building with a low carbon footprint.

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