The answer is letter D. Black is the color found on a map which represents man-made features such as roads and buildings. If we talk about colors found on a map, it is also good to know that there are several colors used to describe unique features on a map. Blue represents water such as lakes, streams and glaciers, green represents vegetation and forest.
White represents the lack of vegetation in an area, brown represents information about an area’s elevation, red represents major roads, highways and information about the town or a certain section, and pink represents urban areas. Although there are three colors that may fall under man-made features – black, red or reddish brown – black is the most common color used to represent these man-made features.