Upper center

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An upper center marks a central place of the highest stage in the area planning and the economic geography after the system of the centers of places of the German geographer Walter of Christian all.

Upper centers are usually surrounded by several central centers, which are again for Unterzentren of central importance. Apart from the basic need and the periodic need also the selective demand can be covered in upper centers. That covers apart from the infrastructure and service offerUnder and central centers in particular:

the exact function equipment of upper centers from Land of the Federal Republic to Land of the Federal Republic differently one defines, also there are gradations, as for instance central centers with upper-central function, only over a part of the demanded equipment andOffers order. Besides there are also double centers and city groups, which become fair only in mutual function addition the requirements of an upper center.


upper centers in Germany

Baden-Wuerttemberg

upper centers:

central center with subfunction of an upper center:

Bavaria

upper centers:

central centers with subfunction of an upper center:

Berlin

upper center:

Brandenburg

upper centers:

central centers with subfunction of an upper center:

Bremen

upper centers:

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Hamburg

upper center:

Hessen

Oberzentren:

central centers with subfunction of an upper center:

Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania

upper centers:

Lower Saxony

upper centers:

North Rhine-Westphalia

upper centers:

Rhineland-Palatinate

upper centers:

central centers with subfunction of an upper center:

Saarland

upper center:

Saxonia

upper centers:

Saxonia-Anhalt

upper centers:

Central centers with subfunction of an upper center:

Schleswig-Holstein

upper centers:

central center with subfunction of an upper center:

Thuringia

upper centers:

central centers with subfunction of an upper center:

 

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