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Manchester is a great British city but its skyline frustrates me. It has many towers but they are spread out over a large area. When you're in Manchester is feels bigger, taller and more highrise than Liverpool or Birmingham, but it doesn't come across in photos, very frustrating. If all Manchester's tall buildings were together, in one place, it would look great. Manchester is a very vibrant and cosmopolitan city, it could have a great skyline too if it organised its developments better