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The term 'landscape quality' can refer to:
- The physical state of a landscape, such as the extent to which different landscape character types are present, the degree to which the landscape is ‘intact’ and the condition of individual elements.
- The aesthetic, perceptual and other intangible characteristics of a landscape, such as views, tranquillity, wildness, remoteness, cultural and artistic references and so on.
See also: Landscape character.
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