Mumbai’s urban sprawl, and artificially curved bay, make it immediately recognisable from space.
Dubai, UAEThe artificial islands to the bottom-right of the image are one of the few man-made structures that are so easy to spot from space.
The green hue is typical of the mercury vapor lighting used in the night lights of most Japanese cities.
The stunning contrast between the red hills around Jaipur and the calming blue of the city itself catch the eye immediately.
The urban planning is evident in this city – it’s most dense at the centre and then sprawls outwards into suburbs.
You want grids? We got grids. The windy city showcases the ‘blocks’ system of urban planning that’s so typical to the US.
Dal Lake dominates the topography of the capital city of India’s ‘Heaven on Earth’
Rome’s massive, sprawling size is indicative that it was once the capital of a massive Roman Empire.
Istanbul is a very interesting city – the Bosphorus Strait divides the city into two parts, one side lies in Europe, while the other is technically in Asia.
Can you trace your favourite beaches on this stunning aerial view of Goa? Bonus points if you can point out the airport.
Kuwait City, UAE
Being a relatively newly-developed city, Kuwait City is a result the best parts of cities around the world.
The unique housing structures and orderly layout define this beautiful port city in the Basque region of Spain. Can the football fans spot Camp Nou, the football stadium of FC Barcelona?
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