How can the Hellenistic city be described?

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The Hellenistic city: sanitary, orderly, well-organized, esthetically unified; but grossly inferior in its capacity for fostering creative activity” may well reflect the stages of growth of the city but lacks the individualized touch of the less planned city and does not imitate utopia. Development of the long avenue and open arcades attempted to fashion a new aesthetic plan and was later used in American cities in their gridiron plan. The streets were therefore used as a replacement of the function of the parks...
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