by Brian J Požun In recent years, Europe has been turning its attention toward its towns and cities. Rightfully so, as approximately 80 percent of the Union’s population currently lives in urban areas. A major push was given in 1986 when an independent not-for-profit organization called “Eurocities” was established. Eurocities serves as a mouthpiece for […]

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