According to a new report by New York-based Thrillist Media Group, the Queen City's skyline ranks among the 20 best in the nation, beating out Honolulu to land at No. 19 on list. Thrillist compiled the ranking based on aesthetics, recognizable buildings and the natural beauty surrounding them.
"Charlotte's skyline knows that quality -- not quantity -- is what counts," Thrillist reported. "First, the Duke Energy Center gives this skyline a different look every night, lighting up black and blue for Panthers games, green and red for the holidays, and whatever other color happens to be relevant during that particular day. But since Charlotte is a banking town, it’s no surprise the skyline is dominated by the Bank of America building, which looks a little like a glass-and-steel version of a Firecracker Jr. popsicle."
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