The famous and popular magazine Newsweek has just recently published their list describing 100 nations and their standard of life. Based on eduction, health, quality of life, economic dynamism and political environment they have made up their lists presenting the best and the worst places to live in of those 100 nations investigated.
The winner was Finland, followed by Switzerland, Sweden, Australia, Luxembourg, Norway, Canada, Netherlands, Japan and as number 10, Denmark.
Hungary ended up in a 33rd place, after Slovakia and Estonia, but before Lithuania and Costa Rica. The worst five nations were Uganda, Zambia, Cameron, Nigeria and Burkina Faso.
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