Mantua, in Italian Mantova (Italian Capital of Culture 2016) is the Italian city with the best quality of life. Trento is second (was topped the list from 2011). Crotone is the Italian city with the worst quality of life. The metropolis, with the exception of Turin, had a general worsening of conditions. Rome, for example, lost as many as 19 positions. These are the findings from the 2016 ranking of ItaliaOggi and La Sapienza University in Rome on the quality of life, this year came to the eighteenth edition. The study analyzes the 110 Italian provinces. A worsening is registered in all cities with a population exceeding one million inhabitants, particularly the decline in living standards. Rome is the worst among the big metropolis, where for the first time the quality of life is classified as insufficient. The Italian provinces where people live better are those of the central and eastern Alps, the Po Valley and the Tuscan and Emilian Apennines.
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