Here you can find a video where you can see the size of the largest airports of the USA. I hope you´ll enjoy it. Do you bet for New York City-JFK airport, Los Angeles, Chicago O´Hare? Maybe you think that Dallas-Fort Worth, Washington-Dulles, Denver or Atlanta Hartsfield airports are bigger? Solve […]
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After publish Brazil Airports for FIFA 2014 World Cup, here you have the second part of it, this time you can check information with some charts and graphics
As we have made in former posts as the “largest airports” saga (Europe, North America, Asia-Australia, South America-Africa-Middle East, does the size really matter?), we want to give some information about airports. This time the FIFA 2014 World Cup is upcoming and we have gathered some information about the Brazilian […]
(Please, if you like this content click on the ads. It will help us to maintain the website) For sure that any time you have asked yourself: Does the size really matters? Well, I am going to answer your question if you are thinking about airports. In former posts I […]
I want to stop talking about airports for a while and continue talking about smart cities. In former posts I have talked about Smart Cities and I have said that it is important that citizens have to be the new center of decision of smart citizens. I have also supported […]
Somehow, when somebody talks to me about smart cities I start thinking about all the movies of the 80´s that I used to watch in my childhood, and I remember some futuristic cities and situations. Of all these movies, the strongest memory I have is from Tron, (the classical one, […]
In this trilogy I have previously talked about two of the dimensions of the city limits. I have talked about the physical limits of the cities and about their influence outside their physical limit. In this new post I am going to extend into the implication of the city limits […]