Types of Settlements Crossword Puzzle

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QUESTIONS LIST: pull factor: a positive factor that attracts people to move to a place, station : a group of farm buildings around a home in a rural area, urbanization : the process of economic and social change in which an increasing proportion of the population of a country or region live in urban areas, hamlet : a small rural settlement; generally a group of buildings that may contain a general store or community hall, town : an urban area larger than a village but smaller than a city; it has a variety of shops and places that provide goods and services, rural : an area characterized by farms, vegetation and open spaces, urban : an area characterized by a higher number and density of population and built features, metropolis: a large city which is often the capital of a country or region;, slum : a heavily populated area characterized by substandard housing and squalor, village : a larger group of houses in a rural area and associated buildings, larger than a hamlet but smaller than a town, city : a larger settlement which provides more specialized and a greater variety of goods and services, push factor: a negative factor that drives people to move from a place, conurbation : continuous built-up urban area formed when two or more cities spread and merge into each other.