People in the Belgian town of Bellefontaine don’t live in houses, but on small rhomboid construction sites. (Those in Rue Montante Roye are too small for humans, and intended for the canine population.)
Klamath National Forest was pretty enough until someone took a pair of scissors, cut it into pieces, and let his cat glue them back in.
Residential fences and hedges? Check. Roads as areas? Check. Private residential driveways with one parking aisle per side? Check. Private residential driveways as areas? Check. Captain, we’re ready for take-off to Mapper Nirvana!
Indonesians like their residential areas round.
CAUSE SOME PLACES ARE MORE IMPORTANT THAN OTHERS. (Reader submission. Thanks!)
Just in case there was any doubt, this is the Small Isles National Scenic Area.
landuse=forest is for wimps. This is what forests ought to look like. (Based on a reader’s submission - thanks!)
This place is a swamp, really.
Come on now, WernerP, you are only doing this to get a mention on WOO.
A reader points out that almost every single housing development in one part of Salt Lake City is marked up as a hamlet. Could this be the work of an estate agent?