Sunday, October 21: Jakesprinter’s Sunday Post challenge for this week is City.  He writes: A city is a large center of population organized as a community. The word city is derived from the Latin word civitas, which denotes a community that administers its own affairs. In ancient Greece such an independent community was called a city-state; it consisted of a chief town and its immediate neighborhood.

Here are some cities from different parts of the world.

Kalambaka, at the foot of the Meteora monasteries in Thessaly, Greece

Daegu, South Korea, near Keimyung University

modern Beijing, China

Hanoi, Vietnam

Varanasi, India