A map is the pictorial representative of a region
A map is defined as a diagrammatic or pictorial representation of any region in terms of its physical structure. The structure of a region includes its territorial landmark, water bodies, roads etc. these physical elements of a region contribute to its geography. Every city has its unique physical structure in accordance to its location and vicinity to other areas. The exact location of any city is positioned on the map via some points called latitude and longitude. The structure of any city helps the visitors, students and other professionals to understand the necessary traits of the city.
Who find this information useful?
Each city has a series of information attached to it. Arusha, Tanzania has a wide base of providing information to the concerned masses.
How does maps serves as a guide?
The maps of cities help the people from all domains to understand the physical structure of the respective city that holds a great significance from various angles. A Arusha is mapped out along with its provinces, states and territories. The neighboring cities and areas are also positioned to understand the whole big network.
Maps are the universal reference
Maps act as a universal aid for people of all niches. They guide as a reference in understanding the following areas regarding a city;
- Roads, distances, possible routes
- Water bodies in the premises of a city
- The adjacent or nearby political camps
- Exact position of the Arusha
- Surrounding areas