A city is what Jake Sprinter wants us to show this Sunday.
A city is a relatively large and permanent settlement. Although there is no agreement on how a city is distinguished from a town within general English language meanings, many cities have a particular administrative, legal, or historical status based on local law.
First I’ll show you why I don’t like cities:
See what I mean? It’s gray, dirty, concrete and ugly. This photo was taken from the Brooklyn Bridge, New York, in 2010. The city of cities, some say.
But there are also things I love about New York. It is alive every minute of the day. And night! It bubbles and is energetic. And there are pretty sights too, like this one:
And this tower:
And now from a modern city to an ancient one. San Gimignano in Italy. This view is much more to my liking and is forever imprinted in my memories.
Which city do you like most? I also love the old part of Barcelona, and small English cities with their culture and ancient, historical buildings.
Cities all over Jake Sprinter’s Sunday Post