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  • The City Of Harrisonburg: The Friendly City

    Immerge Writing Test Mark Lipinski 1 Harrisonburg: The Friendly City Located in the center of the scenic and charming Shenendoah Valley sits the gem of a city known as Harrisonburg. A fine city with a big heart and a history that predates the Constitution. Harrisonburg has been in a boom and it shows no sign of slowing, with continued business and residential investment in the city and its future. Harrisonburg is a great place for you to live. Harrisonburg packs a lot of wonderful food options in its small stature. You will never get bored with the shear range of options, form a quick burger from Jack Brown's Beer and Burger Joint, to classier dress up fine dining at Local Chop and Grill house, and you can even a sweet ice cream treat…

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  • Bikeways In The City Of Wildomar City

    Driving though the small rural town of Wildomar, California, plenty of cars and motorcycles are regularly speeding down the streets. What you will likely not observe is a person riding a bike. Not unlike many cities in the region, automobiles are the transportation of choice. Driving a car is generally more time efficient, comfortable and you can haul more people and items at one time. The negative aspects to so many people choosing automobiles as the only form of transportation for…

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  • Garden City Vs Radiant City

    is undeniable that prosperity and advancement in terms of security and healthcare are major requirements to many people living in cities. What comes after this is the question of what safe city should be like and the answers may vary. Throughout 19th century, there were many ideals of a healthy city represented. Urban planners were urged to solve the problems of big cities and provide better lives for its residents. These problems included low-quality of living condition as a result from noises,…

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  • Cultural Differences Between Cities And Cities

    A city is a place where a large population resides for the permanent period of time. A city’s importance depends upon the size, location, and structure of the area. Cities have highly organized population, which is comparatively bigger than a town or village. A city can provide different opportunities to know about the culture and language. A city is a good place to continue with further education and to find a suitable job. A city can provide government facilities for its people which makes…

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  • Difference Between A Healthy City And A Feverish City

    secure place. A city will provide all to satisfy our needs; however, when we want more beyond a natural limit, we are changing the city substantially and making it fatter. The distinction between desires and necessities creates different cities. As Socrates, a character form Plato’s Republic, stated that everyone has their own natural abilities, and needs are fundamental to a city, but our excessive desires will change the simplicity of the city. “Now, the first and greatest of our needs is…

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  • Garden City Essay

    4.1 CITY LEVEL INITIATIVES: 4.1.1 Chandigarh: Chandigarh has more than 35% of its geographical area under forests, parks and trees covers making it one of the greenest cities of the country. It is one of the modern planned cities of India. Chandigarh has a geographical area of about 140 sq,km, has a population of about 10,54,686 according to 2011 census and density around 7912 persons/ The per capita availability of green space is around 55 sq.m and the number of green spaces in terms of…

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  • Green Environment In The City

    is clear that the amount of green space does affect how people use the street. The robotic actions of people both walking and driving are because of the amount of plants, trees, and green elements present in the downtown. Background Halifax, Nova Scotia has been a city of development, especially in the downtown area which encompasses Hollis and Granville Street. In the 1950’s Halifax was no exception to the “decay [that] takes place most rapidly on the fringe of the centre” (Grant & Gregory,…

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  • Advantage Of Living In The City

    not have as many resources. Cities offer the best resources for schools, and therefore they are great places to live. Not only are there educational benefits, one can also find more things to buy in the city. While anyone with internet access can shop, there is nothing like trying things on in a beautiful store in a city. The super malls have hundreds of stores to shop in. The shopping mall is usually applied to enclosed retail structures. While shopping centers usually have an open-air retail…

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  • City Of Contradictions In Leeds

    Leeds is a city of contradictions. It juxtaposes modernity with a rich industrial history, the rich with the poor, and the natives with the immigrants. These contradictions can be seen in the different architectural styles around city, in the distribution of different groups of people within the city, and in the different purposes various buildings serve. There was a great diversity in the types of places I observed in Leeds, to the extent that areas like Hyde Park and areas like the city…

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  • Differences In City Road

    pedestrians an extra safety measure when crossing, while taking away space from the drivers); parking is also a critical matter, generating therefore, economic consequences for the local shops (‘Material Lives’, 2009, scene 1). Another relevant point is the fact that, City Road social appearance, along with its material assets usage, changes considerably throughout the day, making it almost a different street by nightfall (e.g. from a busy commercial street during the day to a ‘party haven’ at…

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