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Every Tuesday Jonathan Epstein, aka @EpsteinTravels, announces the theme for #FriFotos - a weekly forum on Twitter where people share photos that match the theme. This week the theme is 'Urban'. Since we've visited a few cities over the years, we've lots of photos to share. Here are ten I picked out...
The Melbourne skyline
Melbourne's skyline at night is stunning.
Bo Kaap, Cape Town
Easily one of the world's most colourful city centre neighbourhoods is Bo Kaap, Cape Town.
Street art, Berlin
Berlin - one of the best cities in the world to witness street art.
Mopeds lined up in Florence
Wondering how Italians get around their cities? Answer - mopeds, such as these waiting to move on in Florence.
A 'favela' in Rio de Janeiro
Nothing quite says 'urban' like the favelas (slum neighbourhoods) in Rio de Janeiro.
The pedestrian crossing in Shibuya, Tokyo
This famous pedestrian crossing in the Tokyo neighbourhood of Shibuya is the busiest pedestrian crossing in the world.
A typical street in Kowloon, Hong Kong
Look down the side streets in Kowloon in Hong Kong and this is what you will see.
A shadow cast over the urban centre of Toronto
Go to the top of the CN Tower in Toronto and this is what you might see.
Crazy, hectic Bangkok
The sprawling city that is Bangkok.
An unmistakable skyline
The world's biggest cities are fully of beautiful skylines, but there's something really special about the one you'll discover in Chicago.
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