Invisible Cities

Seoul Cityscape 2
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"I have never felt salvation in nature. I love cities above all."—Michelangelo

Capitals are epitome of our imagination and are considered the highest achievement of human civilization in terms of art,...

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Two young men, one in a bright red t-shirt and the other in a navy blue one, were perched on top of a huge billboard positioned strategically on the roof of a five-storied building. The view was impeccably...

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On the map of India, my hometown Bangalore sits in the southern projection of the Indian peninsula, equidistant from the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal, at the edge of the Deccan Plateau. We are landlocked, far...

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According to Tim Cresswell, Place is a meaningful location, to which specific people are attached in some way. Place is somewhere me or you made meaningful. You have to invest meaning into it, endow it with value. A...

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Seoul, the capital of the land of Morning Calm, Korea, is the largest metropolis of South Korea. She is the home to over half of South Koreans along with 632,000 international residents. Situated on the Han River,...

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The Britannica Concise Encyclopedia describes the city of my youth as follows:

Fukuoka City (pop., 2000 prelim.: 1,341,489) and port, JAPAN. It incorporates the former city of Hakata and is located on the...

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This question would be better asked in Cairo, Baghdad, Beirut or Damascus or in any of the traditional capitols of Arab culture.. Or in Dubai, the new capitol of Arab culture.. the capital that initiated an...

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Cityscape of Seoul
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