Brøndby Haveby

Brøndby Municipality, Denmark

55 ° 38 ‘12.836031 “N, 12 ° 23’ 58.386726” E


Brøndby Haveby is an associated community located just outside of Copenhagen, Denmark. Houses with large front yards are centered around cul-de-sacs, providing urban dwellers the opportunity to live outside the city and grow small subsistence or hobby crops during the summer months.



Augusta National Golf Club

Augusta, Georgia, USA

33°30′00″N 82°01′20″W


The Masters is one of the four major championships held each year in professional golf. Yesterday, Jordan Spieth won the tournament, and its coveted green jacket prize, with a record-tying score of 18 under par. The golf club where the tournament is held - Augusta National in Augusta, Georgia - was formerly a plant nursery and each hole is now named after a particular tree or shrub.



Taj Mahal

Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India

27°10′30″N 78°02′31″E


The Taj Mahal is a mausoleum located in Agra, India. Commissioned in 1632 by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan to house the tomb of his third wife, Mumtaz Mahal, the white marble structure combines elements from Islamic, Persian, Ottoman Turkish and Indian architectural styles.




Amsterdam, Netherlands

52°22′N 4°54′E


The canal system of Amsterdam - known as Grachten - is the result of considered urban planning. In the early 17th century, when immigration was at a peak, a comprehensive plan for the city’s expansion was developed with four concentric half-circles of canals emerging at the main waterfront. In the centuries since, the canals have been used for defense, water management, and transport. They remain a hallmark of the city to this day.



Port Grimaud

Grimaud, France

43°16′20″N 6°34′49″E


Port Grimaud is a seaside town located on the French Riviera by the Gulf of Saint Tropez. The development consists of French “Fisherman” style houses built upon channels in a Venetian manner.




Athens, Greece

37.893215819°, 23.767459558°


Concentric streets radiate in Glyfada, a suburb of Athens, Greece. The development shown here, at the border of the Terpisthea and Ano Glyfada municipalities, is the most densely populated area in Glyfada.



Higashi-Osaka Junction

Osaka, Japan

34.678224513°, 135.597164675°


The Higashi-Osaka Junction connects the Hanshin Expressway and Kinki Expressway in Osaka, Japan. For those of you who would like to observe this complex network of roads from above, you can go to the 22nd floor observatory of the Higashiōsaka City Office, located just a few blocks away.



Sun City Palm Desert

Riverside County, California, USA

33°46′09″N 116°18′06″W


The lush fairways of the Sun City Palm Desert community in the Palm Springs area of California sit in stark contrast to the surrounding, barren desert. California is currently facing a catastrophic drought, forcing the state to tap into its reservoirs and groundwater supply, while enforcing a 25% statewide reduction in non-agricultural water use. The daily per capita water use in the arid region around Palm Springs is 201 gallons - more than two times the state average. To learn more about the situation, you can click here.



Seaweed Farms

Nusa Lembongan, Indonesia

-8.672037983°, 115.445359851°


Seaweed farms on Nusa Lembongan – a small island located southeast of Bali, Indonesia – have an average harvest of 50,000 pounds per month. Once the seaweed is extracted from the water, it is dried by the sun for 3-7 days, depending on the season. 



Cathedral of Brasília

Brasília, Brazil

-15.798308764°, -47.875430787°


Happy Easter from Daily Overview! The Cathedral of Brasília is the Roman Catholic church that serves the Brazilian capital city and hosts more than 1 million visitors each year. Designed by Oscar Niemeyer, the cathedral is a hyperboloid structure, constructed from 16 concrete columns, that weigh 90 tons each and cast the crown-like shadow that we see here.