The Beautiful Hidden Logic Of Cities • Discoverology

The Beautiful Hidden Logic Of Cities

Driving around your city, you’re probably somewhat aware of Avenues and Boulevards and Streets and Roads and so on. However, it’s hard to get an overall view of how all these road designations knit together. By coloring them, we can suddenly see a new, stunning view of what we normally take for granted.

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