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Places in a city / City related words

bus shelter
a boulevard
a crossroads
a drain
a pedestrian
a roundabout
a side street
a store
a tenant
a traffic jam
a vehicle
a village
alley(way), side street, lane
an accomodation
an estate agent
an urban area
apartment block
art gallery
avenue
bank
bar
block
bookstore
bowling alley
bridge
building
building society
built-up area
bus station
bus stop
busy
café
capital
car park
caretaker/manager
cathedral
cemetery, graveyard
children’s playground
church
cinema, movie theater
city
commercial mall
concert hall
congested
court, courthouse
dead end
dentists
department store
district, a neighborhood
doctors
dustbin, garbage can
dustmen, collectors
embankment
factory
fire station
fish and chip shop
flat
fountain
garage
green spaces
gym (abréviation de gymnasium)
health centre
hospital
hotel
housing
inhabitant
internet cafe
junction
lamppost
leisure centre ou sports centre
library
lively
main street
marketplace
mayor
mosque
motorway (UK), freeway (US)
multi-storey car park
museum
neighbour
noisy
office block
old town
overcrowded
overcrowded
park
parking meter
passer-by
pavement (US: sidewalk)
peaceful
pedestrian crossing
pedestrian road/precinct
pedestrian subway
petrol station
police station
post office
prison
pub (abréviation de public house)
quay, wharf
quiet
railings
residential district
rest area
restaurant
roundabout
rush hour
safe
school
shanty town
shopping centre, shopping mall
signpost
skate park
skyscraper
small
squalid
square
stadium
stadium
station
street
street lamp, streetlight
subway
supermarket
surroundings
swimming pool
synagogue
taxi rank
telephone box ou telephone booth
tennis court
the citizens
the corner
the main street
the pavement
the rest room
the sewers
the slums
the tourist information office
theatre
to cross
to hurry
to live
to pay the rent
to settle
to start
to stop
to tar
tourist
tower block
tower block (UK)/ a high rise (US)
town hall
town square
traffic
traffic lights
university
vets
war memorial
wine bar
zoo

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