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A town often has a population between 1,000 and 20,000 people, but this can vary globally. SlideThe town only had 5,000 residents but offered several amenities.
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Towns usually have their own local government and services like schools and hospitals. SlideOur town hall recently updated the community park.
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Towns are less urbanized than cities; they may have more green space and a slower pace of life. SlideShe loved the town life, with its quiet streets and friendly neighbors.