Lucca at Tuscany, Italy - photo by dailyoverview; Lucca is a city and commune in Tuscany, Italy. The city walls, constructed during the Renaissance era, have remained intact as the city expanded. As the walls lost their military importance, they became a pedestrian promenade that encircles the old town, although they were used for a number of years in the 20th century as a track for racing cars.
A greater view on Plaza Mayor | Madrid I Spain | the rectangular shape of the plaza is 129 x 94 meters and in great contrast to the otherwise so-called organic growth urban forms of its surrounding areas in the historical center of Madrid. Image from Apple Maps/TomTom
8/23/2015 Thessaloniki Thessaloniki, Greece 40.642068798°, 22.946650988° With a population of nearly 790,000 residents in its urban area, Thessaloniki is the second largest city in Greece after Athens. Following a massive fire in 1917 that destroyed much of the city, large sections of the downtown area were reconstructed according to a European-style urban plan that we see on the right in this Overview.
8/1/2015 Guadalajara Guadalajara, Mexico 20.687579999°, -103.307078268° Guadalajara is the fourth most populous city in Mexico with a population of nearly 1.5 million. It is also one of the country’s cultural centers, considered by many to be the home of mariachi music.