comparative urbanism, part 15 (making cities great places to read)

Seattle, USA, and Otranto, Italy offer different ways to read a book on public rights of way. Where will we read our I-Pads?

Reading adjacent to a pedestrian path along the fortifications of Otranto, Italy:

Reading on the corner of N.E. 63rd St. and Roosevelt Way in Seattle, USA:

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