|Hill stations were a distinctive feature of colonial urban development because:|
|1. British found hill stations? environment similar to that in Europe therefore they established avenues for recreation, holidays, Anglican Church etc. which are features of urban development.|
|2. Also, Cholera and malaria were particularly feared and therefore hill stations were also developed as sanitariums for cure and recovery of illness of soldiers.|
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