Green space

"An open space reserve (also called open space preserve, open space reservation, and green space) is an area of protected or conserved land or water on which development is indefinitely set aside.

The purpose of an open space reserve may include the preservation or conservation of a community or region´s rural natural or historic character; the conservation or preservation of a land or water area for the sake of recreational, ecological, environmental, aesthetic, or agricultural interests; or the management of a community or region´s growth in terms of development, industry, or natural resources extraction. Open space reserves may be urban, suburban, or rural; they may be actual designated areas of land or water, or they may be zoning districts or overlays where development is limited or controlled to create undeveloped areas of land or water within a community or region. They may be publicly owned or owned by non-profit or private interests." - ( 02.12.2019)

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Kleinbildnegative: Rathaus Schöneberg, Rudolph-Wilde-Park, 1978Kleinbildnegative: Cranachstraße Ecke Thorwaldsenstraße, 1978Kleinbildnegativ: Hinweisschild, Insulaner, 1981
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