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Re: Maintaining small house & living in the lower mountains questions

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YES! Danger is ignored because the mountain has not killed anyone since the times of my grandpa. This sense of security is admirable, nothing special. People also rebuild after a hurricane destroys a coastal town instead of building a new town outside the risk zone.

Large landslides and snow avalanches are events that may happen every few centuries. Old towns have been abandoned after a catastrophe and people simply forgets about them. Others feel empowered after surviving the first time like this guy back on 2019



20 People died in Montrock very close to the Swiss border in 1999. The buildings cant be rebuilt in the same place
https://www.chamonix.net/english/new...ntroc-chamonix
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