Definition of cityscape in English:

cityscape

Syllabification: cit·y·scape
Pronunciation: /ˈsidēˌskāp
 
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noun

1The visual appearance of a city or urban area; a city landscape: shades of red brick which once colored the cityscape
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  • Not all development is good; some of it is hideous, but most of the projects we are talking about are earmarked for areas where the cityscape has already been set.
  • Most theatres and concert halls contribute to the cityscape and weave of urban life.
  • Think of how the property boom in the UK has reshuffled towns and cities - changing cityscapes, mental maps, cultural capital, urban imagery.
1.1A picture of a city.
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  • Thematically, works range from portraits and self-portraits, cityscapes, crowd scenes and spectacles to cultural icons.
  • His subject matter ranges from portraits to cityscapes, harbor scenes, still lifes and sports figures.
  • Bravura brushwork and florid lines characterize the rigorous and dazzling craftsmanship evident in each of the portraits, cityscapes and elaborate figure compositions that were on view.

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