Sunday, June 19, 2011

The Ten Most Liveable Cities in the World

In an annual survey conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit, four Australian cities are listed in the top ten of the most liveable cities in the world. Living conditions in these cities were analysed according to several factors like political stability, environment, health care, culture, education, and infrastructure. In this beauty contest for cities of some sort, Vancouver emerged as the world’s most liveable city in 2011. If you are looking to find a perfect place to live at Odusee then it would make sense to choose the world’s most liveable city.

On a side note, the age-old rivalry between Sydney and Melbourne has spilled over the race to become Australia’s most liveable city. There are two other Australian cities that also made the cut. Though some have questioned the way the most livable cities in 2011 were selected, Economist editor Jon Copesake said that mid-sized cities in developed countries (like the United States, Canada, and Australia) with low population densities would score well. Here are the top 10 cities in the list:
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