"Interpretation of civility in diverse societies is different. According to the type of interpreting, diverse structure of society is shaped. Asymmetrical presence of triple parts of societies (Governmental, Private and Middle Realm) in construction and management of the city makes different urban landscapes. Since presence and participation of these parts in public spaces is clearer than the other urban spaces, the landscape of these spaces is symbol of civility thoughts. Whereas the city is interpreted as a text, in order to read this text, the language of signs and patterns should be learned. Local and spatial patterns in public spaces such as squares, streets and entrances, and also social patterns in social, economical and political places are sources of ideological, social and political thoughts. By Reading these patterns as language, ideological and existential reasons of a period of the city will be announced. In other words, through reading a landscape a different structure of an urban text is distinguished which indicates "the Reasons of human presence in the environment". The output of reading landscape lies in these presence reasons. In this essay, through reading landscapes of three squares in Berlin (Bebel Platz, Breitscheid Platz and Potsdamer Platz), interpretation and explanation of the concept of civility and as result the share of people in urban landscape design of these squares is expressed. By comparison of these three squares in Berlin, which belonged to different urban periods and locations, this hypothesis is proved that the share of people in urban landscape design has a decreasing trend over time."