115 Templates: Places

A Bird’s-eye View: Collection of Land elements. It is a hierarchical activity-based classification of land use and land cover (Landscape categorie).

The objective of this collection is to offer finished examples of the different spaces where outdoor activities can be developed. Exteriors of Buildings and landscapes with all the elements that characterize this space. To achieve this, we use Land Classification and Land Cover for categorization. Both systems are used with remote sensor data (All it can be observed on the ground or by airplane). Land cover can be determined by analyzing aerial imagery. Tags are based on the Races and Regions of the races (before XV century)

Land Cover data documents how much of a region is covered by Artificial surfaces, Agricultural areas, Forest and semi-natural areas, Wetlands and Water bodies.

Land Use shows how people use the landscape: Agriculture and fisheries places, Community and health services, Defence establishments, Education and Research places, Recreation and leisure places, Manufacturing, Mineral extraction, Offices, Residences, Retail distribution and servicing places, Storage, Transport tracks and places, Unused land, water and buildings, Utility services and Wholesale distribution.

Types of constructions classification is used to complement the type of architectural elements in our Land Use list (with buildings and civil engineering works)

Sports shows different constructions and places for indoor and outdoor sports.


  • AG Agriculture and fisheries places
  • CM Community and health services
  • DF Defence establishments
  • ED Education and Research places
  • LE Recreation and leisure places
  • MA Manufacturing
  • MI Mineral extraction
  • OF Offices
  • RS Residences
  • RT Retail distribution and servicing places
  • ST Storage
  • TR Transport tracks and places
  • UL Unused land, water and buildings
  • UT Utility services
  • WH Wholesale distribution


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