City´s structure

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City´s structure

  1. 1. City´s structure. PARTS• Historical Centre:• It doesn´t coincide with the same place as the CBD, but it is the most ancient part of the city.• There are cultural and historical buildings
  2. 2. EL CBD• Central Business District• There are mainly shops and office• Accessible location• High land values• Usually crowded and busy• Nobody lives there
  3. 3. Old inner city• 19th century terraced housing• Large homes• Inner city redevelopment• Convenient for city Center Liverpool Manchester
  4. 4. Neighbourhoods of socially well-off groups• Detached with• Small houses gardens• Large houses Gran Vía Notting Hill , London Paseo de Gracia
  5. 5. Neighbourhoods of less weell-off social groups• Block of flats• They are affected by problems of overcrowding San Blas de Madrid Santutxu, Bilbao Vallecas, Madrid
  6. 6. Outer Suburbs• Suburban area• Modern private houses and council estates London suburb• Far from city centre• Sometimes there are “dormitory neighborhoods” Barrio de La Moraleja , Madrid
  7. 7. Industrial estates and technologic parks• Black and white industrial location in the outer of city. Parque tecnológico de Vitoria P.Tecnológico de Málaga
  8. 8. Comercial and sport areas• Shopping centres located on main roads with good accessibility and parkings• Huge areas
  9. 9. Slums• The shanty town problem Caracas Madrid
  10. 10. Locate every photo in its location
  11. 11. What is it ?and explain its features.
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