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IJSTR >> Volume 6 - Issue 2, February 2017 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

Website: http://www.ijstr.org

ISSN 2277-8616



City And Its Open Spaces

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AUTHOR(S)

Ramayana

 

KEYWORDS

City, Open Spaces

 

ABSTRACT

The city requires open spaces of sufficient breadth to maintain a balance between the regions. The city has a circulatory system that brings together the various regions and provides facilities to carry trade goods from farm to distribution centers in the city. Cities have many shortcomings in service to its population. Cities can be too dense, too many houses are less worthy, the unemployment center, and has its government. Taxes tend to be high while the service is inadequate. Even so, the cities will still be there. The task for planners at all levels, both government, and private sectors are seeking to be important elements in our social system is more comfortable to live in, especially when it is in the city found many open spaces that can neutralize the possibility of air pollution. Formation and good urban planning is the dream of society. With a good arrangement, the city will be more comfortable as a residence. Urban and open space are two things that can not be separated from one another. Although it has different functions and benefits, remains a single entity. It really should be understood by all urban communities.

 

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