Central district of a city where the main cultural, economic and commercial activities are carried out.
A four-sided enclosure or court surrounded by buildings (classrooms, dorms, etc.).
Business establishment that lodges people for a fee.
Establishment built to present plays, shows, dance performances, concerts and so forth.
A theater that stages musical drama with orchestral accompaniment.
Buildings and campus that make up an institution of higher learning.
Building that houses the courts.
Building that houses the municipal government.
Building that houses professional and administrative offices.
central business district
Area that contains the highest concentration of buildings in which the city’s economic activities are carried out.
Structures and facilities required for transporting people and cargo by bus.
A pair of parallel rails laid end to end and on which trains run.
Covered building for the public where trains and passengers arrive and depart.
Thoroughfare built inside a city and usually lined with buildings.
Broad often landscaped thoroughfare.
Dealership where cars of a particular brand are sold; the owner often has exclusive selling rights to a given region.
Large self-service retail market that sells a variety of food and household products.
Commercial establishment comprising one or several gasoline pumps and carrying out general maintenance of vehicles.
Building where mail is processed and various postal services are offered to the public.
Establishment where works of art and other objects of interest are stored and exhibited.
Building where items such as books, periodicals and audio materials are classified for consultation or loan.
Building designed to present dramatic performances.
Building or complex of buildings housing educational facilities (school, junior college, university, etc.).
Place where the dead are buried.
Place of Christian worship.
Vast building that houses the facilities required to stage a variety of events and meetings.
Establishment where the sick are given medical and surgical care and where babies are born.
Building that houses crime prevention personnel and offices.
Building designed to house firefighters, fire trucks and fire-fighting materials.
Building usually with several floors and containing individual housing units.
Area of a city usually where trees are planted; it is used for recreation or leisure.
Narrow road usually situated behind buildings; an alley allows public service vehicles to pass (waste collection, fire trucks, etc.).
Thoroughfare broader than a street; it services a district or an area of a city.