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49 incredible public-space transformations captured by Google Street View

Cities are built for humans. But if you look at the layout of most of them, it looks like they're made for cars. Seeing that, a Brazilian urban planning collective called Urb-i (shorthand for Urban Ideas) set out to show examples of people-friendly spaces with a before-and-after gallery of Google Street View images revealing the most stunning public space transformations from around the world.
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