Latitude Urbanism?

Latitude Urbanism?

Visualised are 25 among the most important world’s metropolis.
Cities are grouped into 5 main temperature zones according to their latitude; and horizontally ordered according to their longitude.
Each city identity is represented by a multiform polygon: illustrating and correlating it’s area (square meter), number of inhabitants, number of turists per year, tallest building’s heights, and average cost of houses according to real estate parameters(square meeter) 
Further information to complete cities “id-card” are provided: age of the city, average temperature and average rainfall quantity.
Latitude and Longitude not only determine rain and temperature: we discover they influence several urban characteristics indeed.
(Lisbon and Honolulu seems exactly alike, what a surprise!)

Add a Comment

Login or register to post comments


BobWoolmer's picture

This is one of the most important blogs that I have seen, keep it up!Health Insurance Fort Lauderdale Florida

JustinBieber's picture

It’s my first time to visit this site & I’m really surprised to see such impressive stuff out there.electric razor

roneywilsons's picture

You create sense out of the foremost complex topics.

ChrisPratt's picture

Hey nice post man! Thanks for incredible info.Life Shield Review

JamesFrank's picture

This is wonderful and quite informative blog I have learnt so many things from here.Great Western Painting

Posted Feb 10, 2013
Views: 4436
Tags Cities, goegraphy, Map
Tools No tools added yet.
Data No data sets referenced yet.
<iframe src="" width="620" height="450" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0"></iframe>
Need help embedding?