Thanks to the “mathematics parameter” and curious research, science was able to put together a ranking of the most beautiful cities in the world.
The most beautiful cities in the world: that’s why science chose them
Let science devote itself to the search for The most beautiful cities in the world It’s very unusual and weird, let’s face it.
A very special and curious research was able, according to mathematical criteria applied to building measurements, to determine which one 5 most beautiful cities in the world; Things beyond belief.
Someone will immediately think RomeAnd the ParisAnd the VeniceAnd the Barcelona or San Francisco But that’s not the case at all as there is one that “beats” them all: we’re talking about it Chester.
Chester It is a city with a population of more than 120,000 people, and it is the capital Cheshire County in EnglandFounded by the Romans during the first century AD, according to science, it is the most beautiful city in the world and we will explain why.
thanks for the Street View from Googlea group of experienced architects, scanned front images of miles of famous streets and buildings from historic cities around and on all images, they plotted points in the corners of each individual building by calculating the ratio of the shortest and longest lengths, in short volume.
Once the proportions were calculated, they were compared to “Golden Ratio”known as “The Divine Proportion” (1: 1618) To see if they are identical.
building proportions Chesterwith a messaging index of 83.7%, they are the closest to them “Golden Ratio” It is for this reason that the flag declared Chester the most beautiful city in the world.
In the second place we find Venice (83.3%)in third place London (83%), in fourth place Belfast (82.9%) And in fifth place Rome A match rate of 82%.
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