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The article’s purpose is to present, in the first place, mutual dependences between theoretical and practical speculations concerning urban space, shaped on the base of the sustainable development principle, difficult to implement in practice. Secondly, the text is supposed to serve closer explication and regularization of terminology referring to sustainable urban development. Thirdly, it concerns more precise reflection on the problem of sustainable city, frequently compared to eco-city, green, compact or smart city, as concepts of non-identical from their definition. Fourthly, the text aspires to bridge the gap in editorial market, as far as the wide range of subject literature, is concerned and lack of review studies referring to sustainable urban development.
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