Vienna and Paris

It is no doubt that a change in the world result in changes in different aspects of the economy including a change in the physicality of different cities. The continent of Europe was marked with great change during the nineteenth century. In particular, the Industrial Revolution had changed the continent’s way of doing things in the process of production. The changes experienced in the nineteenth century sparked the urbanization of most towns and the eventual reshaping of the cities. Vienna and Paris, despite being in different countries, faced physical reshaping in a bid to conform to the changes of the nineteenth century across Europe. The two cities, among a host of several others underwent rapid changes in their physical features resulting from an increase in the number of immigrants. To cater for the burgeoning number of visitors, the cities had to change their appearance to achieve a more appealing band comfortable posture for the immigrants.

Initially, the residents of majority of the cities

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