What landscapes are most transformed by man?

The most transformed by man were the reliefs overgrown with forests. Trees were cut down, sometimes large areas were burned, then all the irregularities of the earth’s surface were smoothed out by centuries-old plowing of the earth, often man-made hills grew in the fields, first for shrines, and then for the installation of mills and granaries. If in the highlands people began to transform landscapes relatively recently, while locally, the coasts are still a difficult zone, and the steppes sown with grain have lost only authentic vegetation, then the forests already suffered from human activities in the Middle Ages.

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