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The Human Aspect of Town Planning

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013

I am currently in the middle of a business trip visiting our data resellers in Europe. Though my days have been filled with meetings and discussions of geospatial data and solutions applications, my evenings have been spent partaking in the British tradition of the Public House. From a geographer’s point of view, the pub is great example of how the design of towns has changed over time. Historically, to become a town in Britain, there needed to be two things: a church and a pub. The church was there to keep morals in line and the pub was there as the place for news and ideas to be exchanged. As towns grew, the pubs and churches multiplied to make sure they stayed within walking distance. (more…)

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