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Old Posted Feb 20, 2017, 3:14 AM
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Some awesome looking cities. I Birmingham's mix of modern and old density. When did MODIS come off the building in Jacksonville? I liked that sign.
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Old Posted Feb 21, 2017, 4:08 AM
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A view of Nashville from a few miles to the north by Newschannel5's copter which was captured and posted by a contributor on the UP site.



It illustrates the hilly nature of that part of the City which does not support dense development. Most of the population is in other, smaller areas and is more dense than official census numbers would indicate.

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An excellent view of Nashville's Midtown (by Nelsenwerks) from above the 19 story Element Apartments at the Music Row Roundabout.



The 14 story, Virgin Hotel (mid picture) and 15 story Hyatt Place (upper right about 6 blocks away) will break ground soon and add to the impressive urban density of this unique area.

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Even thou this is an old image. it shows the beauty and size of Miami's Skyline. It has grown more, in density and height since this picture was taken.
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An enhanced version of ariesjows cam shot on the Nashville development page.



Take this photo three years from now and you should see at least 12 more buildings from 14 to 40 stories.

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Old Posted May 12, 2017, 12:14 PM
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Last night in NASHVILLE:



That's the General Jackson Riverboat, owned by the Opryland people. It was, at time of launch, the largest riverboat in the U.S.

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NASHVILLE

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<img src="http://www.todaysphoto.org/potd/birmingham-al-nighttime.jpg" alt="Image result for birmingham, alabama skyline"/>

<img src="http://cdn.onlyinyourstate.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/52759870_3f092f009f_o-700x424.jpg" alt="Image result for birmingham, alabama skyline"/>

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