Tokyo no longer world’s best for quality of life

Home to 9.5 million, Tokyo apparently is an exemplar “for showing that big cities don’t have to be harsh and impersonal.” Munich’s property prices are some of the highest in Europe. The city ranked eighth in Knight Frank’s Global Residential Cities …
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