Holsenburgo has been growing up as any other European city. It has an old town with narrow streets and low buildings, an expansion district build up in the 19th century with well defined squared streets for bourgeoisie with typical housing of that time, and the new highways through which the expansion of financial districts and new suburbs for housing were build in the 20th century.
Modern buildings were build up in the late 20th and in the 21st century and renovated some parts of the city, like the airport, the harbour, the technological district and more.
Between the two major expansion areas of the city were build a big park, "Parque Central" which offers a good assortment in leisure to its citizens.
There are two main highways that go into the city to the near old town (in the south) and a beltway that can be seen in the north. This beltway and both branches of the highway that pierce into the city plus the highway that connects the main harbour in the south form a real ring through all central city.
Holsenburgo has been developing a new arrangement of suburbs in order to avoid traffic problems. In the meanwhile the population density has felt, and citizens living in Holsenburgo went down from 3.31M to 2.96M.
The following picture is the main view of the east side, with the A91 highway penetrating the city:
This is the 19th century developed suburb:
A view of the technological area and other from the "Green Energy developing Center" in the other side of the city:
The modern Financial District:
General view to the south (Old town in the far end) with the Parque Central in the middle of the city.
View of the old town and the old harbour:
Residencial area, technological polygon and some farms.
One of the little towns that were include during the expansion of the city.
High class neighbourhood and port:
Other little port with commercial area:
Other partial views of the city: