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Sense of Places

Places that lack a "sense of place" are sometimes referred to as "placeless" or "inauthentic".
- Edward Relph

Placeless landscapes are seen as those that have no special relationship to the places in which they are located. Sense of places, the experiential and expressive ways places are known, imagined, remembered,
often used in relation to those characteristics that make a place special or unique, as well as to those that foster a sense of authentic human attachment and belonging.

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