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“Economist” certifies that Vienna has the highest quality of life

Ecomomist ranking of most liveable cities © Economist

The ranking takes 30 factors into account such as health care, culture, environment, education, infrastructure as well as the danger of terrorist attacks. 140 cities around the world were compared.  

Melbourne was rated first in the world. Vancouver, Toronto and Calgary (3/4/5) in Canada were also rated among the top ten, accompanied by two other cities in Australia, namely Adelaide and Perth (5/7), Auckland in New Zealand, the Finnish capital of Helsinki (9) and Hamburg (10).

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