cityscape

[sit-ee-skeyp]
noun
1.
a view of a city, especially a large urban center: The cityscape is impressive as one approaches New York from the sea.
2.
a picture representing such a view.
3.
the characteristic appearance of a city: She has been documenting changes in the cityscape for 20 years.

Origin:
1855–60, Americanism; city + -scape

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cityscape (ˈsɪtɪskeɪp)
 
n
an urban landscape; view of a city

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CityScape definition

company
A re-seller of Internet connections to the PIPEX backbone.
E-Mail: .
Address: CityScape Internet Services, 59 Wycliffe Rd., Cambridge, CB1 3JE, England. Telephone: +44 (1223) 566 950.
(1994-11-08)
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Example sentences
Model makers had to pore over numerous prospective building plans to accurately
  depict the forward-looking cityscape.
Some offer striking views, not only of the cityscape but also of the curving,
  sheltering underside of the balconies above.
Propped up on sleek cone-shaped columns, its sensual forms draw strength from
  the energetic cityscape that surrounds it.
There were stopping places, turning points and breaks in the cityscape on any
  journey.
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