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Urban parks


  • Here are entered general works on urban parks and works limited to urban parks of regions, countries, states, etc. Works on parks of individual cities, city regions or metropolitan areas are entered under the heading [Parks] with local subdivision.
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  • Variants

    • Central city parks
    • City parks
    • Municipal parks
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  • Sources

    • found: Work cat.: 950212343: Ebert, R. Urban parks in Germany, 1995.
    • found: Greenhalgh, L. People, parks & cities : a guide to current good practice in urban parks, c1996.
    • found: AGRICOLA, Mar. 20, 1998(identifier: Urban parks)
    • found: WorldCat, Mar. 20, 1998(t: urban parks, city parks)
    • found: Web. 3(park 2: a tract of land maintained by a city or town as a place of beauty or of public recreation)
    • found: Random House(park 1: an area of land, usually in a largely natural state, for the enjoyment of the public, having facilities for rest and recreation, often owned, set apart, and managed by a city, state, or nation.)
    • found: LC database, Mar. 20, 1998(urban parks, city park, city parks) May 22, 2000 (titles: municipal parks)
    • found: Metropolitan Design Center WWW site, Apr. 26, 2006(a year long project on redesigning neighborhood parks; small parks are a key part of most neighborhoods; multiple roles that parks can have as part of the public space in the urban landscape; central city parks)
  • General Notes

    • Here are entered general works on urban parks and works limited to urban parks of regions, countries, states, etc. Works on parks of individual cities, city regions or metropolitan areas are entered under the heading [Parks] with local subdivision.
  • Change Notes

    • 2006-05-01: new
    • 2006-06-21: revised
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