Dutch town declared Europe's greenest

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The southern Dutch town of Uden has been announced as Europe’s greenest at a EU meeting in Croatia.

22 September 2008

UDEN -- The southern Dutch town of Uden has been declared Europe's greenest.

The award was announced during a European Union meeting in the Croatian town of Split.

The international jury said it had been impressed by Uden's public parks. The organisers of the annual prize hope to convince people throughout Europe of the importance of such parks.

[Radio Netherlands / Expatica]

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