The Austrian capital took first place in the ranking, gaining the maximum score for the abundance of green spaces and the quality of the road surface, writes Euronews. Experts also assessed the low level of air pollution in the city.
The rating was made by the French brand of sports shoes. The company took into account seven factors that can affect outdoor exercise: air pollution, amount of green space, CO2 emissions, quality of footpaths, average temperature, humidity levels and water quality.
In addition to Vienna, the top 10 ranking includes seven other European cities: Santa Cruz de Tenerife in Spain, Rome, Stockholm, Berlin, Lisbon, Barcelona, Copenhagen.
Vienna has previously been named the most livable city in the world.
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Vedomosti announced the sale of OBI’s Russian business for €1. A controlling stake was received by businessman Jozef Liokumovich, another 40% passed to the group of investment and construction companies MAX
A resident of the US state of Illinois won $1 billion 337 million in the Mega Millions lottery, according to a message on the lottery website.
Former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili has decided to leave Georgian politics and the United National Movement party he founded, his lawyer Valery Gelbakhiani said, Rustavi2 reports.
At least 12 fighter jets from Germany, Italy and Hungary will start patrolling the airspace over the Baltic countries from August 1, the NATO press service said on Saturday.
The American missile destroyer USS Forrest Sherman entered the Turkish naval base Aksaz, located in the southwest of the country, the US 6th operational fleet said.
Switzerland has dramatically increased its exports of goods to Russia, in some cases up to 10 times since the beginning of the year. Manufacturers were in a hurry to fulfill all orders made before the start of sanctions restricting supplies to Russia, Bloomberg writes.
European countries count losses from forest fires and help each other in extinguishing. The heat and drought this summer have triggered a number of major fires in Italy, France, Greece, Slovenia, Germany and the Czech Republic. Some of them are still fighting to this day.
Italy, in which the abnormal heat has come, has already faced almost 250 fires since the beginning of the year. They destroyed 28,000 hectares of farmland and forests. The Italian Association of Agricultural Producers Coldiretti believes that losses could reach 280 million euros.
In Slovenia, a forest fire came last weekend from neighboring Italy. Here, the fire covered an area of 3.5 thousand hectares, it was brought under control only in the middle of the week. According to media reports, it was the largest fire in the history of Slovenia.
Firefighters from several countries fight a blaze in the Bohemian Switzerland nature reserve. The Italian seaplanes that came to the rescue flew back a day later to put out fires in Italy itself, but they were replaced by planes from Sweden.
From Czech Switzerland, the fire spread to Saxony. About 350 emergency workers are currently involved in extinguishing a fire in a national park in eastern Germany.
In the French department of Gironde, over 20,000 hectares of forest land were destroyed by fire, and another major fire had previously occurred in the Gard department. The fires began on July 12 and, according to radio station Europe 1, caused damage of 6.6 million euros in 10 days.
Greece, which is among the five countries in Europe with the largest areas of burned forests in recent years, is not yet suffering from fires as much as in 2021, but has already experienced large fires in Lesbos, Crete, Attica and in the Dadia Lefkimi National Park -Souffle.
In Poland, according to the fire brigade, recorded a record number of fires. Every day there are up to 60 fires in small areas. Since the beginning of the year, about 5 thousand fires have already occurred here, and in July — over 500.
British resident James Howells, who accidentally threw away a hard drive with 7,500 BTC in 2013, uses two Spot robots from Boston Dynamics to search.
According to him, the devices are planned to be used to scan the ground and ensure security. They will be equipped with CCTV cameras to guard the landfill area at night.
At the current exchange rate, the value of Howells lost bitcoins is more than $160.4 million.
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