The growth of Lublin city

Mar 10, 2016 -- Let’s see how Lublin (a city in Poland) has changed over the last century.

GIS-Expert Ltd. has created an interactive web application that presents the growth of Lublin city over the last century.

The web application demonstrates in the form of map animation how the city has expanded since the beginning of the 20th century. The accommodation of proper colors to buildings constructed in different periods of time allows to trace how quickly and in what directions the city grew.


You can find the application here: http://mapy.gis-expert.pl/zabudowa-lublina

We also invite you to visit our website at http://gis-expert.pl/en/




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