The round-up of our favorite links this week curated by the Untapped Cities’ staff includes remnants of a human zoo in Paris and NYC’s subway car of the future.
Is this New York City’s subway car of the future? [Gothamist]
The Queens Museum is marking all of NYC’s historic districts with yellow flags on the famous diorama of the city built for the 1964 World’s Fair. [NYT City Room]
In the woods of Paris, lies the remains of what we can only refer to today as the equivalent of a human zoo. [Messy Nessy Chic]
Redevelopment in Austin comes at a price: the deterioration of the city’s esteemed and “weird” South Congress. [Culture Map Austin]
Reports are circulating that Google has responded to pressure from the Mayor of Rio by removing the word “favela” from its maps of the city. [Studio-X]