Have you always wanted to go to both urban and rural areas? Are you dying to know about them both? Then you are reading the right essay. The purpose of this essay is to compare and contrast both urban and rural areas.
You can see many colors in both urban and rural areas. In urban areas, most of the colors you see are dark. Most buildings are black, there’s a smoky gray sky, and you can see yellow taxies and blue buses. There are so many buildings so you can’t see the horizon line. You can also see many colors in rural areas. You can see a light blue sky with green grass and fields. You can see red barns and orange carrots and peppers growing in the field. And a bright yellow sun, moving against the horizon.
Another thing that relates to both urban and rural areas is how many people live in each. For instance, New York City is an urban area and it has over 8,000,000 people. That’s a lot! Boyne City, Michigan on the other hand is a rural area. It has about 3,500 people! That’s what I call a rural area! Can you imagine being in both urban and rural areas? Can you imagine the difference in the population? It would be a lot different.
There is also lots of activities in both urban and rural areas. In urban areas, there are many businesses and schools. In rural areas, most people like to farm and garden. Some fun and active activities are cider mills and fairs. Most cider mills are in rural areas, and fairs are normally in an urban park. You can go on and on listing the activities in both urban and rural areas.
As you can see, there are lots of things to compare and contrast in rural and urban areas, such as colors, population, and activities. When you look at them both, you can tell they are both equally great.
It is rightly said that God made the country and man made the town. In the villages, the people live in an open atmosphere. They get fresh air and sunlight. They inhale pure oxygen which they get from the trees and waving crops which grow in their fields.
As compared to the towns’ people, the people in the villages lead a tension free life. There is not much noise in villages. In villages, people generally get fresh vegetables and pure milk they also consume lesser amount of fast food which is very harmful. There are, however, certain advantages which the urban people have over the villages. There are much better employment avenues in towns. The security system is also better in towns.
In towns, the people often do not feel bored, as they have several means of amusement and entertainment such as visiting different places of importance, a visit to the zoo, some museum or exhibition, etc. In towns, people get better education as there are so many schools, colleges, universities and libraries.
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Better medical facilities are available in towns, as there are so many big hospitals and dispensaries there which are not available in villages. In towns we can have more variety of goods including food and wearing articles. We can get the food of our choice at hotels and restaurants.
There are thousands of shops in towns to cater to our needs. Thus, in certain ways, villages are better while in others, towns are better.