Here, the foreground curvature is limited to the right-hand side of the street - the left side is straight in the foreground and then opens up in a jog about 50 meters from the camera. From the middle distance on, the street sweeps to the right in a very gentle curve. This curvature is sufficient to enclose the street.
The large building carrying the two turrets is more prominent because of its location at the approximate apex of the curve - its façade can be seen from quite a distance in either direction. Does anyone know what building this is?
Notice that the bell tower in the distance rises up above the intervening buildings and presents a lovely distant vista, neatly situated in the center of this view. Consideration should always be given to revealing views of landmarks when laying out streets.
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