Geography

Question

An example of a landscape shaped by culture is _____.

2 Answer

  • Cultural landscapes can be parks, cemetery, tombs,  anything shaped by human involvement
  • Answer:

    An example of a landscape shaped by culture is a city.

    Explanation:

        Also known as anthropic landscapes, cultural landscapes are those where human interference with the environment is remarkable.

         Humans use the resources present in the natural environment and alter it to meet their needs, inserting into the landscape objects that characterize a social and cultural presence in space.

         Cities, roads, bridges and buildings are examples of cultural landscapes (which can also be understood as humanized landscapes or modified landscapes).

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