English version

townscape

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtownscapetown‧scape /ˈtaʊnskeɪp/ noun [countable]  the way a town or large parts of a town looklandscape industrial townscapes Edinburgh’s historic townscape
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townscapeAir photographs Aerial photographs are often a useful way to start to approach these historic landscapes and townscapes.Whatever the cause, decay is not a feature of Federal townscapes.And, while none of the industrial townscapes could be described as pretty, he has a terrific eye.I am looking at the most magnificent townscape in London.You can have a medieval gothic monstrosity in the middle of your otherwise pleasant townscape.Usually, though, the landscape seems hostile, and the townscapes become progressively bleaker as their lives become more difficult.One of the many important churches which are often so crucial in forming the townscape we see about us?For instance, in the townscapes buildings are being made taller.
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