Radio-concentric plan

It is said that one has one radio-concentric plan when its districts organize themselves in concentric circles, of with .

The circular transportation routes are called boulevards, while the axes which connect the center of the city outside (and which form rays, word coming from Latin radius) are called avenues

This plan translates the historical growth of the city. Often the first belt of boulevards corresponds to old ramparts that one destroyed with XIXE century.

In , , and much of another cities has a radio-concentric plan.


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