Visiting Vienna for the first time, what’s absent from the city’s streets can be as striking as what’s present. Certainly, you’ll notice the endless slabs of hefty baroque and historicist architecture (surrounded by a thick band of well-maintained public housing) and the ubiquitous public transit and bike lanes that have helped keep the city at the top of the Mercer Quality of Living Ranking for the past eight years. But you’ll also notice something just as striking: trash. Because there isn’t any. Click here to read on.
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