Comparing Two Cities: Similarities And Differences Between Two Cities

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Similarities and Differences between Two Cities
A city is a place where a large number of populations resides for the permanent period of time. City’s importance depends upon the size, location, and structure of the area. Cities have the highly organized population which is comparatively bigger than town or village. A city can provide different opportunities to know about the culture and language. A city is a good place to continue the further education and to find a suitable job. A city can provide government facilities to its people which makes easy to sustain the life and to perform the task. In addition, the city may be regarded as a relatively permanent concentration of population, together with its diverse habitations, social arrangements, and supporting activities. Cities might differ in cultural aspects and from other types of human settlement and association. Today I am comparing and contrasting my hometown, Kathmandu and the city I am living in, Colorado. Although both of them are cities, they have some similarities as well as differences among themselves in various aspects. Such as tourism sector,
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It is a good source of generating income and jobs in both cities. Similarly, they both have beautiful places to visit. They both have tallest mountains. Both cities consist amusement parks and recreation centers to entertain the tourist. Whereas natural sites are the main tourist attractions of Colorado city. In contrast, cultural heritage sites are the main tourist attractions of Kathmandu.The tourism industry is well managed in Colorado.On the other hand, the tourism industry is still developing in Kathmandu.The total number of tourists visiting Colorado is higher than the number of tourists visiting Kathmandu. In the same way, people don’t have to buy an entrance ticket to visit places in Kathmandu. On the contrary, in Colorado people must buy an entrance ticket to watch the scenic

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