The maps indicate the transformation of the coastal resort of Templetion during the 15 year period from 1990 to 2005. Overall, the resort became more developed, the number of trees decreased dramatically while the appearance of an airport and a ferry provided more option for transportation.
From 1990 to 2005, there were many small houses built along the road which ran through the middle of the resort called Templetion in the northwest. To the northwestern corner of the river, some high-rise buildings were constructed. Access to the resort by air was made possible by the construction of the airport and the school, hospital remained in the northeast.
On the southwest edge of the resort, the residential area was replaced with a supermarket and blocks. To the southeastern part of the resort, a factory was placed right on the site where trees used to be. The railway system was extended to permit access to the southwest by railway. The appearance of the ferry offered access to the resort by water transport.