Sunday, January 6, 2008

Density is Relative

Check out this post by the Austin Contrarian which shows densities in different cities around the world. I was interested to see where some African cities lie in the density comparison. Also, Budapest was high on the list and you can see why in the photo below.



1 comment:

Eric said...

The factoid about Africa seems to be that it has the greatest differences in densities. While the other continents generally follow the (expected) spectrum USA < Latin America/Europe < Asia, Africa has representatives in every category, which makes sense, given its history.

Great shot of Budapest. It seems like a great example of the elegant and uniform density that Paris does so well.