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Those Toronto photos from the previous page are excellent. I didn't know you were able to see the other side of the lake from Toronto, though. That's rare for the Great Lakes. Certainly can't see the other side from Chicago or Cleveland.
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Here is one more from that Toronto set


The Selby Aerial 19 by Michael Muraz, on Flickr
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The Selby Aerial 19 by Michael Muraz, on Flickr
Yet another great shot from Michael Muraz... have to check out his Flickr to see if he's captured the reverse/north angle of the rest of the skyline. Brilliant pho-tog.
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One of the mysterious things on my list about urban matters USA is why Jacksonville is the largest city of Florida, skylinewise.
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One of the mysterious things on my list about urban matters USA is why Jacksonville is the largest city of Florida, skylinewise.
It's not a mystery. Jacksonville is the largest city in the continental U.S. by area.
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It's not a mystery. Jacksonville is the largest city in the continental U.S. by area.
Jacksonville is the largest city in Florida only because they consolidated the city and county. So it is not a particularly urban for a city of its size. Technically the largest, but not really.
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Jacksonville is the largest city in Florida only because they consolidated the city and county. So it is not a particularly urban for a city of its size. Technically the largest, but not really.
Why did you quote me?
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One of the mysterious things on my list about urban matters USA is why Jacksonville is the largest city of Florida, skylinewise.
It's not. Miami is in Florida, remember?

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It's not a mystery. Jacksonville is the largest city in the continental U.S. by area.
That has nothing to do with the size of its skyline.
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Just some recent Skyline shots of everyone's favorite !










And This one is just neat:

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here is 3 skylines for the prices of 1
Greater Vancouver

http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...22250&page=577
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Etobicoke and Mississaugua (Greater Toronto skylines)

Toronto Air Show 2019 by Marcanadian, on Flickr
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Etobicoke and Mississaugua (Greater Toronto skylines)
That Etobicoke (silent "K" everyone) and Mississauga even have skylines, let alone skylines like those in the photo, still amazes me attests to how old I am and how long ago it was that I lived in Toronto.
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