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There are shrinking cities, whether open and visible, or secret and hidden ones, all over the world, not only in the industrially-developed countries of Europe and America, but also (notwithstanding the growth of "megapolises" and "global cities") in Asia and Africa - and even in small countries such as Switzerland.

A large number of locations were considered as subjects for the Shrinking Cities investigation, its exhibition and publications. The candidates finally selected were: Detroit, Ivanovo, Manchester / Liverpool and Halle / Leipzig.

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