Where are houses with open terrace??

@Prshnth (921)
Bangalore, India
September 30, 2017 7:40am CST
I live in a metropolitan city. There are many things I like about it and many many things I don't like about it. First thing is traffic. Well even though I don't have bike or a car. Its even hard to walk here. Sound pollution ,its unbelievable. Second thing is I can't find a open terraced house here . all have big buildings where I can't see sun and the sky. Hopefully I get enough light and air though. Its been a mechanical life here
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@dodoazo (21262)
• Philippines
30 Sep 17
It means you're living in a highly urbanized city. Everything is modern. The olds are replaced by the new ones. If you want to see open terraced houses just find them in Internet images. Unlike in our place, old edifices and buildings especially with historical value have been preserved. There's a law for that preserving the heritage buildings.
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@Prshnth (921)
• Bangalore, India
1 Oct 17
In tire 2 cities there are lot of houses with open terrace
@Prshnth (921)
• Bangalore, India
1 Oct 17
In tire 2 cities there are lot of houses with open terrace
@hereandthere (32754)
• Philippines
30 Sep 17
i notice the same thing in my neighborhood. when we were growing up, houses had enough space for a garage, a garden set, laundry line, surrounded by a low or medium fence and a gate, plants and trees, so you can still play or have friends and relatives over. the front and sides of the house also had windows.
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@Prshnth (921)
• Bangalore, India
1 Oct 17
Yeah..I feel like I can't even breath here
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@amadeo (72836)
• United States
30 Sep 17
I can see that.Can you move out of the city there?
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@Prshnth (921)
• Bangalore, India
1 Oct 17
Apparently jobs can be found here mainly but I will see if there is any chance I can move out of here
@MALUSE (43398)
• Uzbekistan
30 Sep 17
Do you have to live there?
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@Prshnth (921)
• Bangalore, India
1 Oct 17
Yeah at least 1 year
@toniganzon (53346)
• Philippines
30 Sep 17
I don't like living in such a place. I like the suburb.
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@shubhu3 (17904)
• New Delhi, India
30 Sep 17
I completely agree with you. In which city do you live in?
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@Prshnth (921)
• Bangalore, India
1 Oct 17
Bengaluru
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@shubhu3 (17904)
• New Delhi, India
1 Oct 17
@Prshnth oh alright.
@prashu228 (25504)
• India
30 Sep 17
Yes of course everyone is busy there.. hope you get adjusted
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@Prshnth (921)
• Bangalore, India
1 Oct 17
I hope so
@Corbin5 (115520)
• United States
30 Sep 17
Yes, life does seem to be a bit better with less traffic, some sunshine and blue sky, for most people.
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@Prshnth (921)
• Bangalore, India
1 Oct 17
That's why villages are good,.but they do have there disadvantages
@Shiva49 (13961)
• Singapore
30 Sep 17
We know how to live for a healthier lifestyle but we do not follow that path. Look at livable cities of the world and then follow the basics to make a change. I feel we should decongest cities to reduce population and pollution - siva .
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