The Most Breathtaking City Views At Night

The Most Breathtaking City Views At Night
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There is nothing more beautiful than a city lit up at night.  From a glistening Hong Kong skyline to prime time in New York City, we’ve put together some of the most breathtaking city views at night.

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Tom Cooper | Elite.

  • 10. Madeira, Portugal

  • 9. Calabria, Italy

  • 8. San Diego, California

  • 7. Manila, Philippines

  • 6. Shanghai, China

  • 5. Los Angeles, California

  • 4. Dubai

  • 3. Dusseldorf, Germany

  • 2. Cape Town, South Africa

  • 1. New York City

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