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I think Belgrade is green for a capital city but someone else will post a pic. I'm to lazy.
 

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I know that in ex Yugoslavia the geenest city was Sombor that is now in Serbia ! It's also very clean because people from northern Serbia are quite nice and polite :)

I can't find better a pic at the moment!














Every street looks something like this:



It is a really nice town!
 

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Sombor is famous for its greenery, cultural life and beautiful 18th and 19th century center. The most important cultural institutions are the National Theater, the Regional Museum, the Modern Art Gallery, the Milan Konjović Art Gallery, the Teacher's College, the Serbian Reading House, and the Grammar School. Teacher's College, founded in 1778, is the oldest college in Serbia and Montenegro and region.
 

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guys, by cities i dont think she meant cities where there is 10 people living. If we do that i'll go find some mountains of Llogara in southern Albania and we'll never be able to judge. Let's post capital cities which are more industrial

and btw igor, wikipedia is not a reliable source for anything.
 

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me rrufsh bolet said:
guys, by cities i dont think she meant cities where there is 10 people living. If we do that i'll go find some mountains of Llogara in southern Albania and we'll never be able to judge. Let's post capital cities which are more industrial

and btw igor, wikipedia is not a reliable source for anything.
if there is a city, it cannot be populated by 10 people

And I sent picture of Sombor, because it was the greenest city, in ex yu, by statistics, it was learned in schools like that...

And, my dear, sombor has 100 000 inhabitants ;)
 

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Seriously though, what is meant by "Green" city?
Is it that it has to have a lot of parks & forests or actually promote "green living"? Thing is, probably NO EE city has an extensive recycling system like in the West...here in Toronto, there are millions of blue & green plastic bins for recycling all around the city and indoors, too.

The city has just signed a multi-million dollar deal for 100+ new hybrid, diesel-electric buses to be added to its fleet, making it the first Canadian city to do so.

In EE, Novi Sad recently recieved a few Ikarbus-made eco buses that run on natural gas for a test run.

 

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Mi1os said:
Seriously though, what is meant by "Green" city?
Is it that it has to have a lot of parks & forests or actually promote "green living"
Yes I guess which ever city looks greenest. Not really interested in recycling aspect of it.
 
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