Cheapurban.com is for sale!

Cheapurban.com is for Sale!

Hurry once it's sold this opportunity will be gone!

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As EarthDay ends, the countdown to @citnatchallenge begins! Starting 4/30, join people in 400+ cities around the world to document urban wildlife (creating data that leads to better protections.) All you need is a smartphone, the @inaturalist app, & →

As EarthDay ends, the countdown to @citnatchallenge begins! Starting 4/30, join people in 400+ cities around t

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Paratrooper proudly landing on an urban military parade

Paratrooper proudly landing on an urban military parade

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12 Key Principles for an Effective Urban Response during COVID-19

Discover the key areas of focus for an effective urban response for COVID-19 that local and national governmen

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Buchholzer Grün Housing / Busch & Takasaki Architekten

Completed in 2020 in Hanover, Germany. Images by Caspar Sessler. Urban planning and architecture. The apartmen

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My Go-to Brand for Both At-home Lounge + Regular Apparel Styling | Love Fashion & Friends

My Go-to Brand for Both At-home Lounge and Regular Apparel Styling. The new in-house brand by Urban Outfitters

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Hobart Rivulet

This urban stream flowing underneath Tasmania's capital city is also an unofficial gallery for street art

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Housing and Educational Space La Casa que Habita / Natura Futura Arquitectura

Completed in 2020 in Babahoyo, Ecuador. This project treats architecture as a diversifier of urban centres (Pr

 

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Today's Quote...

“Etymology, n.:<br> Some early etymological scholars come up with derivations that were hard for the public to believe. The term "etymology" was formed from the Latin "etus" ("eaten"), the root "mal" ("bad"), and "logy" ("study of"). It meant "the study of things that are hard to swallow."”

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