Guess that phrase! (Dutch)
De buitenwijken zijn landelijk, maar de steden zijn stedelijk
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Hello :-) I don't learn Dutch, but looking at the sentence, I would guess:
Landscapes are rural, but cities are urban.
("landelijk" looks to me like "having the characteristics of countryside", and "stedelijk" looks to me like "having the characteristics of a town/city").
Edit: In northern German, we have "buten un binnen" for "outside and inside" https://www.butenunbinnen.de/. So I guess my interpretation as "landscape" is off the mark. Anyway, nice guessing game -- thanks! I'm looking forward to reading other solutions.
I'm a native Afrikaans speaker. Afrikaans is very close to Dutch. I suppose it will be cheating if I guess/say?
OK, here goes: The countryside is rural, but the cities are urban. Is that right? Or close?