AMSTERDAM, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Amsterdam's trademark canals should be drained in sections so that underground parking, shops and cinemas can be built to ease the space shortage in the Dutch capital, according to an ambitious plan launched on Tuesday. Construction company Strukton, owned by the Dutch railway, proposed building an underground city six floors deep under the picturesque canals, which would be drained section by section while construction takes place and then refilled with ...
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