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    Indus civilization mostly flourished around cities. The city was the heart of civilization. The major Harappan cities Harappa, Mohenjodaro and kalibangan in particular had their town divided into two. One is the higher portion of the town that was protected by a fortified construction and the ruling class lived there. The other part of the town was lower and mostly common men lived…

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    the way that urban planning happens now. Urban planning, also known as city planning, is the process of planning for designs and regulations of land usage, with the focus on physical aspects, economical factors including advantages and potential disadvantages, and the impact on urban environments. Urban planning is a step by step process, which typically starts with a vision leading to the actual development. The growth of cities depends on this process because it factors in sustainable…

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    Nova Scotia has been a city of development, especially in the downtown area which encompasses Hollis and Granville Street. In the 1950’s Halifax was no exception to the “decay [that] takes place most rapidly on the fringe of the centre” (Grant & Gregory, 2015).…

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    different from the cultures of other places. Both residents from big cities and small towns have their own unique culture. Although it’s complicated for people to perfectly understand the comparisons between the culture of different places, there are three differences and a similarity between the culture of a small town and the culture of a big city. The first difference between the culture of a small town and the culture of a big city is in the area of entertainment. In a small town,…

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    URBANIZATION: Urbanization means the movement of people from less developed areas to the more developed areas that consequently increases the urban population. Urbanization began during the industrial revolution, when worker move towards manufacturing hubs in cities to obtain jobs in industries as agriculture jobs became less come that why People from less developed areas of Pakistan leave their hometowns in search of better livings. This is not the sole reason for the increase in the urban…

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    Rural Migration Case Study

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    areas in search of job opportunities, business enhancement, quality education and quality medical facilities etc. The present study was an attempt to identify the factors influence on migrants in rural area. The respondents are taken from Hyderabad city, because of many of people migrants from rural, with sample size 110 respondents and tested by percentages, ANOVA, multiple regressions and Factor analysis by using SPSS 20.0 Version. The results of…

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    important and luxury resorts (8.4km), Borg El-Arab City A new community in the Alexandria Governorate (18.5km). 5-3-1 The first level of design: cityscape scale: According to the stadium location; its main approach is the journey from Alexandria City; Cairo is too far, Northern Coast equipped only in the summer, Borg El-Arab City is new residential with small population “108.000 inhabitants ("Borg El Arab", 2013).” A- Stadium as an icon refers to city identity: The eighteen concrete lotus…

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    In this urbanization era, most of the people are live in urban areas because there are more job opportunities and provide high standard living compare to rural areas. Therefore, they prefer to stay far away from the wild places. However, nowadays there are much of people going to travel for fun and relaxation during holiday. There are some of the people would like to escape from the urban areas and seeking the adventure destination for relaxation, challenge, learning and exploration. This…

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    many problems in every day life. Mostly the people with poor financial background migrate in order to support their families. In past two decades, large number of people have migrated from rural to urban and urban to urban (from small town to metro cities) areas for various reasons. In India, Tamil Nadu has the highest urbanization growth state which proves the fact that the people have bees migrating from backward districts to urban districts of Tamil Nadu. The present study has used the 2001…

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    of improving the urban environment and the living condition. Urbanization leads to the emergence of commercial and industrial activities within the area but the historic city areas, having failed to keep pace with the requirements of the modern economy, start to deteriorate. While historic cities area indentitarian, core to the city both historically and geographically, they are also central to many…

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