When analyzing cities in the same country

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When analyzing cities in the same country, of course there ought to be plenty of similarities and differences in urban cities, but it is more interesting comparing our major cities, to those of which are in other countries. Seeing the way that other cities are structured in a geographic sense, noting how they adjust to the space given and population within the city. Using Google Earth to analyze the differences within these cities makes it a lot easier than just using a normal map; we can use this tool to go within each city to note the main places of business, transportation, recreation, and residential areas. Comparing the cities of Los Angeles, Bangkok, and Rome, is made easier when getting the chance to analyze inside of the city and its surroundings. Size and placement of the city are also important factors in a city when determining what resources it can provide in that specific location. The City of Los Angeles is 469.1 square miles in total, located in the southern part of California right above Long beach. It is bordered by the Pacific Ocean and the Rocky Mountains, a well size city considering it has about 3.6 million people living in it. With that many people in this location comes a high demand for transportation, and Los Angeles has that too. There are twenty seven highways, known to have some of the worst traffic due to the population. a popular airport and of course railroad transportation. The
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