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Always interesting to have a window into other urban atmospheres.

Don't you think though that it makes for more interesting urbanity when the buildings aren't all almost the same height...especially when most of them are wall-to-wall. I don't necessarily mean they should be taller (as even central Paris isn't very tall) but that there be more individuality rather they blend into one another as such.

Sometimes it looks a bit as if each block is one large warehouse...but I know that Paris isn't the only place where this is common.

Perhaps Part 1 is a better example of what I'm referring to.

I'm interested to hear others perspectives on this (wheather like-minded or not).
 
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