Top Ten Most Liveable Cities of 2011

Australian and Canadian cities dominate the Economist Intelligence Unit report.

For the fifth straight year, Vancouver was unsurprisingly placed on top of the city livability rankings.

Rankings are "based on a combination of environment, health care, culture and infrastructure," according to the EIU analysis of 140 cities.

Australian cities account for four of the top ten cities, and Canada has three of the top ten. The top U.S. city came at a measly 29th place.

Full Story: World's Most Liveable Cities: 2011 Economist Intelligence Unit Report (PHOTOS)

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