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A b s t r a c t The paper is devoted to the role of man-made landforms in landscape design as a means of solving a range of environmental problems. This paper gives a characteristic of man-made landforms. The use of artificial forms of relief as a means that allows evoking bright emotions in the viewer is actualized. Such objects as Mill Creek Canyon (USA), Heart of Reeds (Great Britain), Devil's Lake (USA), Buitenschot (Holland), Landform Ueda (England) and Crawick Multiverse (Scotland),doi:10.21307/acee-2019-047 fatcat:fn6u4p6dfnd4pkpwvjnkpqlsye