settlement that is bigger than a village but smaller than a city
for other uses, see town (disambiguation).
"small town" redirects here. for other uses, see small town (disambiguation).
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lemgo, an old hanseatic town in germany
Çeşme, turkey a coastal turkish town with houses in regional style and an ottoman castle
the alpine town of davos in the swiss alps
reading, england, is a large town which has unsuccessfully tried to become a city.
the town of mecca in the arabian peninsula, before its inflation, in 1880.
the historical town of skalica in slovakia
the marian town of fátima (portugal)
a town is a human settlement. towns are generally larger than villages but smaller than cities, though the criteria to distinguish them vary considerably between different parts of the world.