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Twitterati get creative describing cities as people

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | Edited by : KAVITA MALLYA
Published Jul 10, 2019, 7:00 pm IST
Updated Jul 10, 2019, 7:00 pm IST
Netizens describe cities as if they were people, and the characteristics they would embody.
Several twitter users posted their versions of what the cities would be described as if they were people. Twitterati got creative and provided elaborate descriptions for the cities. (Photo: Representational/Pixabay)
 Several twitter users posted their versions of what the cities would be described as if they were people. Twitterati got creative and provided elaborate descriptions for the cities. (Photo: Representational/Pixabay)

Every city has its own persona. A renowned art critic, John Berger once said, “Every city has a sex and an age which have nothing to do with demography. Rome is feminine. So is Odessa. London is a teenager, an urchin, and in this hasn’t changed since the time of Dickens. Paris, I believe, is a man in his twenties in love with an older woman."

This quote was shared by a Twitter user, @izahshahid, and netizens just took over from there. Several twitter users posted their versions of what the cities would be described as if they were people. Twitterati got creative and provided elaborate descriptions for the cities. Here are some of the tweets.

Dubai, one of the most glamorous and exuberant cities in the world was described as:

Karachi, a beautiful city in turbulent Pakistan was aptly described.

India's polluted and crowded capital city was labelled as a 'lovesick student'.

The regal city of Mysore in Karnataka was described using its glorious past in mind.

Kashmir, with its bountiful nature has been the cause of much debate; with two countries fighting over it.

Bangalore, India's Silicon Valley and one of the most crowded cities in the world was described by referring to its horrendous traffic.

India's financial capital and the 'Maximum City' seems to be losing its charm.

Hyderabad's multicultural aspect shone through.

Chennai, "hoping to regain lost glory"?

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