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1- Kharazmi University , fasihi@khu.ac.ir
2- Kharazmi University
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Beauty is among the highest human needs. Man has paid attention to the sense of aesthetics since he built cities.The aim of this study was to compare the two locations of Golestan and Moradab as the two most famous and unenjoyable places in Karaj city in terms of aesthetic indicators of urban spaceThe research method was descriptive-analytical and data were collected on 14 selected components related to urban environment aesthetics by direct observation method and evaluation list expression. For analyzing and comparing the aesthetic level of the two neighborhoods, descriptive statistical parameters have been used and for analyzing spatial inequalities, zoning maps have been drawn in geographic information system and calculations and analysis on related descriptive table. Considering the evaluation of indicators in the range of 1-10 points and the higher score to the higher level of aesthetics, the findings showed that the mean of total indicators in Golestan area was 6.31 and in Moradab area was 2.57. Also, in Golestan neighborhood, mianiyah cultifar is 6.43 and the first quadrant is 4, while in Moradab area these figures are 1.78 and 1, respectively. Spatial analysis of zoning chart showed that in Golestan area there are no indicators, areas that are aesthetically at "very low" and "low" levels, whereas in the lagoon area, no area is located at "high" and "high medium" levels, It can be concluded that Golestan area is at a high level in terms of aesthetic indicators and there is a lot of spatial inequality within and between the two studied sites.

Type of Study: Research | Subject: Geography and Urban Planning
Received: 2022/10/10 | Accepted: 2023/03/19

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