Cities and Urbanization

These 3D maps show the world's population clusters like you've never seen them

Using this 3D mapping tool, you can see how densely populated your nation is. Image: Unsplash/chuttersnap

Omri Wallach

Writer, Visual Capitalist


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The height of the spikes relates to the number of people living in an area roughly 2km x 2km. Image: Alasdair Rae

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China's high density clusters. Image: Alasdair Rae
United States of America. Image: Alasdair Rae
India. Image: Alasdair Rae
Southeast Asia. Image: Alasdair Rae

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