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Certain British cities have this weird feeling like they were built specifically to be seen on gloomy mornings, or rainy evenings, with just a hint of fog. And where other places would look grim and dull in that weather, those cities seem to take on an almost fairytale, magical feeling. I get that in Edinburgh, Oxford, Bath, York, Cambridge, Chester, etc. And in other British cities there are certain buildings or neighbourhoods that have that feeling. But never outside Britain. I guess you might feel it in Ireland too because it went through many of the same architectural movements, but I've never been so I can't say.
Edinburgh looks beautiful in every weather.
Glasgow is a city which looks better in the rain.
Edinburgh just doesn't look right to me when it's sunny.
I've been to London, Edinburgh and Glasgow and I completely agree with what you're saying. For example, I live in Southern Europe and I do not like rainy days here.
The "real ira" would like to know your location*