From a distance, Boston’s skyline is often overlooked due to the fact that it doesn’t have any really tall skyscrapers. Up close though, it’s easy to see why one of America’s oldest cities would be on this list.
Panama City, Panama
Without a doubt the most prominent skyline in Central America, Panama City is dotted with modern high rise condos and hotels along its waterfront.
With the iconic Eiffel Tower rising out of the background, Paris has one of the most recognizable skylines in the world.
London, United Kingdom
Although it doesn’t have many high rises, between Parliament, the London Eye, and St. Paul’s Cathedral, London has its fair share of distinct features dotting its low profile skyline.
On the border of east and west, Jakarta is a land of contrasts with western style skyscrapers and high rises scattered throughout a city that is dominated by traditional Indonesian culture.