He knows the topography and geography of Israel/Palestine, literally street by street and wadi by wadi.
In the earliest days of agriculture, having the right temperatures, rainfall, and topography was all-important.
For cities, topography is destiny and most especially this is true of Venice.
Mr. Netanyahu has pledged to erect a similar barrier along the Syrian frontier, with changes to suit the topography.
The coniferous zone presents but little diversity in geology or topography, and little variety of trees.
Mark how well the events which I relate accord with the topography of the spot.
I am kept here all because I know too much about the geography and topography of Turkey.
It was also rich in natural science, topography, and antiquities.
A new member, John Renshawe, had arrived a few days before to assist at the topography.
In the 'Inferno' I could never get head or tail of the topography.
topography to·pog·ra·phy (tə-pŏg'rə-fē)
The description of the regions of the body or of a body part, especially the regions of a definite and limited area of the surface.