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Belluno with the highest quality of life in Italy

Rome, is at 24th, its cultural attractions failing to make up for high crime, crowded living space and middling economic opportunities

  • January 16, 2018 13:30
  • Author Monika Dimitrova
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The north-eastern province, dotted with snowy slopes and picturesque mountain villages, has win the first place in the annual liveability ranking of the business newspaper “Il Sole 24 Ore”. The ranking was decided on 42 different indicators divided into six categories: wealth and consumption, employment and innovation, environment and services, demographics and society, justice and safety, and culture and free time.

With a successful tourism industry as well as a growing manufacturing sector, Belluno scored highest overall across six different categories, with especially good marks for its low crime rate, high employment, substantial average wealth and lack of urban crowds. Aosta and Sondrio, also in the northern Italian countryside, came second and third respectively.

Source: The Local



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