Concentric circle diagram (geography)

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The concentric circle diagram in geography is a diagram used to illustrate the quality of life in any urban area. It is most often illustrated with four concentric circles; the central circle shows the Central Business District, the second smallest the inner city, the third smallest the suburbs, and the largest the rural-urban fringe. The further from the CBD an area is, the higher the quality of life.