The historic centre of Vienna, in Austria. The city bounced back to first place in the liveability rankings after falling to the 12th spot last year. Photo: Shutterstock
The historic centre of Vienna, in Austria. The city bounced back to first place in the liveability rankings after falling to the 12th spot last year. Photo: Shutterstock
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Vienna returns as world’s ‘most liveable city’; Ukraine’s Kyiv not on list amid war

  • Russia’s Moscow and St Petersburg both fell in The Economist’s rankings over censorship and the impact of Western sanctions
  • Beijing came in 71st, and Damascus, the capital of war-torn Syria, retained its place as least liveable city on the planet

The historic centre of Vienna, in Austria. The city bounced back to first place in the liveability rankings after falling to the 12th spot last year. Photo: Shutterstock
The historic centre of Vienna, in Austria. The city bounced back to first place in the liveability rankings after falling to the 12th spot last year. Photo: Shutterstock
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