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   Hierarchy of Top of the AAT hierarchies Top of the AAT hierarchies
   Hierarchy of Objects Facet .... Objects Facet
   Hierarchy of Built Environment (hierarchy name) ........ Built Environment (hierarchy name)
   Hierarchy of Settlements and Landscapes (hierarchy name) ............ Settlements and Landscapes (hierarchy name)
   Hierarchy of landscapes (environments) ................ landscapes (environments)
   .................... cultural landscapes
   Hierarchy of <cultural landscapes by function> ........................ <cultural landscapes by function>
   Hierarchy of agricultural land ............................ agricultural land
   ............................ culture areas
   ............................ historic landscapes
   Hierarchy of reserves (lands) ............................ reserves (lands)
   ............................ sacred landscapes
   ............................ scenery (landscape)
   Hierarchy of <cultural landscapes by location or context> ........................ <cultural landscapes by location or context>
   ............................ abandoned landscapes
   ............................ industrial landscapes
   ............................ oases (landscapes)
   ............................ skylines
   ............................ streetscapes
   ............................ suburban landscapes
   ............................ townscapes (built environment)
   ............................ transport points
   ............................ urban landscapes
   Hierarchy of wilderness ............................ wilderness
   Hierarchy of <cultural landscapes by development practice> ........................ <cultural landscapes by development practice>
   ............................ environmentally sensitive areas
   ............................ fields (land)
   ............................ improved land
   ............................ plats (land)
   ............................ polders
   ............................ protected areas [N]
   ............................ raw land
   ............................ tracts (land areas)
   ............................ wasteland
   Hierarchy of <cultural landscapes by ownership> ........................ <cultural landscapes by ownership>
   ............................ common land (cultural landscape)
   ............................ crown land
   ............................ demesnes
   ............................ public land
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