Economist Intelligence Unit is a think-tank in London, which annually create rankings of the best cities in the world. They consider the following factors: the quality of health care (20%), the conditions of education (10%), the infrastructure of the city (20%), culture (25%) and care of the environment (25%). Each city can take max. 100 points. This year Melbourne won 97.5, which gave the city the first place in the ranking. The 2. place took the European representative - Vienna (97.4), and third place was Canadian Vancouver (97.3). It is said that the biggest influence comes from frequent terrorist attacks, which for example. Sydney dropped out of the first ten places.

By the way, Warsaw took 65th place - one place higher than last year. Next to the Polish capital were also Dubai, Teheran, Bratislava, Baku, and Kathmandu.

The cities that saw the largest declines are in Paris, Athens, Moscow, Kiev, as well as Damascus and Tripoli - all because of the threat of terrorism or the ongoing war.

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