you have read an article in a national newspaper which claims that town centers in your country all look very similar to each other. You don't fully agree with this opinion. Write a letter to the editor of the newspaper. in your letter: say which points in the article you agree with explain ways in which your town centers is different from most other toan centers offer to give a tour to the writer

I am writing with regard to the article which was published
last
Friday in your newspaper. It has
claimed
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that town
centers
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centres

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in my country all look alike. I should convey that while there is some truth about it, it is not entirely correct. As a matter of fact, when it comes to municipal buildings
such
as hospitals and state bureaus and offices, they follow a similar scheme so your saying has some truth in it.
On the other hand
, it is a totally different story about the private sector. You can see shopping malls, museums, recreational parks and many other structures with diverse innovative designs. There are
also
some old buildings
in
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downtown
which
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their traditional architectural themes have been preserved. To sum up, there is concrete evidence that one can see diversity in style and architecture in town
centers
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. I can even arrange for a tour
in
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several cities and show
this
to you as
a
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proof. I am looking forward to reading your response. I would appreciate a correctional article about
this
subject.
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