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I think this is the picture that most people think represents Detroit:



I would have agreed ten years ago, but now so much has changed for the better. Hell, even that building has a renovation proposal.
 

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Santiago de Querétaro, México.

The monumental aqueduct of 1731, is the monument that represents my city, but Queretaro is a modern and industrialized city in Mexico, it's a Human Heritage Monument declared by UNESCO in 1996.

Image from 1903


Image from 1938


Image from 2005


 

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Purmerend (sub-urb of amsterdam)



Castle Purmersteijn:

Former City-Hall:

Koemarkt (cow-market), in the middle of the city:


Koepelkerk (Church):



The following images i've made were taken 1 1/2 months ago:


The Purmer polder:
 

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Zurich: Something like this I took on the streetparade last year (I am not a techno fan, but see below):

- Swiss flag: the introverted, conservative side
- Streetparade: the open, international and tolerant side
- Swiss Life building: the economical side (a world center of banks and insurances)
 

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Manchester, uk

Salford (near manchester) thanks to caw123



Manchester piccadilly. With thanks to a forumer(cant remember name sorry) in uk forum.

 
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