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German cities among world's most livable

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German cities among world's most livable
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A study carried out by an American research centre has named seven German cities among the top 30 to live in worldwide.

The study, published on Wednesday by Mercer, names Munich as the German city with the best quality of life, placing it 4th on the list.

Düsseldorf and Frankfurt were also included in the top ten, while Berlin, Hamburg, Stuttgart and Nuremberg all also made the top thirty.

The study takes several factors into consideration including education, levels of crime and political stability.

Western European countries dominated the top end of the list, with Vienna ranking as the city with the highest quality of life in the world, while Baghdad trailed at the bottom of the table.

GALLERY: Germany's most livable cities

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