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What is a City? A city is a large, permanent urban area with its own capability of production, meaning merchandise or materials made natively. The city should have an economy of its own, such as importing foreign and exporting native goods. Aside from production, the city would also need reproduction, so the population can be maintained to ensure a steady labour force, cities should be exceeding 10,000 people. One major theme of the city is its location and proximity, most people congregate in the city because of the ease of interaction (Trudi Bunting and Pierre Fillion, 2006). A city would meet these needs by having a public transportation system, shopping areas, or a central shopping district, hospital, etc. Cities are ultimately large social places, where interaction of people and business is made possible due to the ease of accessibility associated with cities.(Louis Mumford 1937). Cities generally cover large expanses of land, with one or more central cores and main roads or rails leading to those cores. Planned out infrastructure such as communication,
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