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Scenarios and Patterns for Regiobranding – Rural-urban Territories in the Metropolitan Region Hamburg

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Messtischblätter der

Messtischblätter der Preussischen Landesaufnahme (18771915) 1:25000, referenced to © Geobasis-DE/L VermGeo MV NI SH 2015 ALKIS, ATKIS, DTK5 1000 m Historical map On the historical map of the Prussian Cartographic Survey of 1881 many elements of the current map can already be found. The road network did not face major changes. Satemin (highlighted in orange) has developed quite significantly, extending with the addition of new buildings. 158 Z OOM

© Lorena Hyso and Charlotte Regier for Regionales Bauen und Siedlungsplanung LUH, data based on © Geobasis-DE/L VermGeo MV NI SH 2015 ALKIS, ATKIS, DTK5 1000 m Portrait map Starting with the round hamlets (Rundlinge): the access and cross-street of each village is represented by a dotted red line. It is noticeable that the exit-streets always lead to one of the higher points in the area. This supports the thesis that this was deliberately chosen for agricultural purposes. The areas that are lower are mostly grazing land. The name Rundling is explained through the position of the old farmhouses, which develop star-shaped around the central space. In the Rundling itself, the buildings are marked by age. The dark-green-coloured buildings are older houses that existed before the Prussian Cartographic Survey of 1912. The light-green-coloured buildings stand for buildings which were created only afterwards. Also here the fixed structure of the Rundling is evident; new buildings were possible only outside of this structure. Z OOM 159