MINSK, 16 October (BelTA) – The Belarusian capital has been named among the three cleanest cities in the world according to a rating compiled by The Street digital financial media company.
The list compiled by The Street includes 30 cities. Minsk is ranked third. “The capital and largest city of Belarus is often touted by tourist sites as the world's cleanest city. Diligent workers take care of the city's many parks and regularly keep the streets sparkling clean,” The Street said.
Singapore and Tokyo go first and second. Another Japanese city of Kyoto is fourth. The top ten also includes Kazan, Medina, Abu Dhabi, Taipei, Zurich, Stockholm. Russia's capital Moscow is 14th. The American Boston rounds up the first thirty.
The list has been compiled based on the reviews from users of the booking.com online service.More about Society