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Which Countries Are Doing The Best At Achieving ‘Well-Being'?

St. Mary’s Basilica on the Main Market Square in Kraków is one of the town’s famous landmarks. I already showed you the
St. Mary’s Basilica on the Main Market Square in Kraków is one of the town’s famous landmarks. I already showed you the Altarpiece inside of the church, now you can see the exterior. Extraordinary are the two unequal towers, the higher one is 81m high, the other one is 12m smaller. According to an ancient legend, the towers were built by two brothers – each worked on one tower. When one of them finished his tower, he was worried that his brother could outdo his work and build a higher one. To prevent that, he stabbed him to death and the church tower was left unfinished. For the Blog-Entry see: sumfinity.com/2014/02/23/st-marys-basilica-krakow/ Auf Deutsch: de.sumfinity.com/2014/02/23/marienkirche-krakau-polen/ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Website | Twitter | Facebook | Pinterest | Google + -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- You're free to use my work on your private website, as long as you set a follow-able hyperlink to sumfinity.com and mention me, Nico Trinkhaus, as the author. Check this for details on the copyright and licensing.

Much like people try to achieve work-life balance, countries that engage civil society, battle corruption and take care of the environment — rather than just focusing on economic growth — tend to serve their populations best.

And which country is doing the best at it? Poland has made the most progress in converting its economic growth into well-being, according to a study released Thursday by Massachusetts-based global management consulting firm Boston Consulting Group.

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