Category Archives: Transitional Landscapes

Featuring complex landuse patterns combining rural and urban elements.
It is the best, and worst of both worlds, think ‘Town and Country’.

My Tho, Tien Giang, Socialist Republic of Vietnam

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Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America

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Star Forts

The advent of modern warfare is attributable to the discovery of gunpowder and the industrial zeal with which it was  adopted by military powers. Artillery changed everything. Masonry curtain walls that had stood for centuries against slings and arrows, proved … Continue reading

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Charlottesville, Commonwealth of Virginia

population 40,745

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Haarlem, Noord Holland, Netherlands

population 148,885

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Winnebago, Illinois, United States of America

This village in the Midwest region is highly representative of landuse patterns throughout much of the United States. First settled by migrants from the northeastern states in 1835, Winnebago now has a population of 3,000.

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