What we have here is an image of an isometric map. An isometric map maintains lengths on the map. The one in the image here is an example of a two-dimensional isometric map of a neighborhood. Three-dimensional objects like buildings, trees, roads, etc are depicted two-dimensionally. This particular isometric map clearly shows the parking area and the roads to drive a car using the bubble icon of P and a car, respectively. Additionally, this map tells us where we as the user are located and can find our way by reading the map. Isometric maps look attractive and make any design or plan more appealing. They help a user to read and understand the layout of a place clearly. At one glance, all the directions are clearly understood.