A community erased: Lima airport uproots historic neighborhood

Catalina Guzman Harrimache and her husband Teofilo Huaman Loayza sit on the remnants of a home. The home had its own ground water supply that the town now frequents to wash clothes while sitting amidst the rubble. In the background the main terminal of Jorge Chavez International Airport can be seen. (Photo by Oscar Durand)

Until last month, one of the last historic farming neighborhoods of Lima, Peru stood here. This photo story shows us the complicated results of progress.