European Commission launches new edition of the Cultural and Creative Cities Monitor 2019

The European Commission - Berlaymont Building
The European Commission - Berlaymont Building. Image: Glyn Lowe PhotoWorks, Flickr.

Last week, the European Commission released the second edition of its Cultural and Creative Cities Monitor, a tool designed to benchmark and boost the creative and cultural potential of European cities, which is vital to driving economic growth and social cohesion. After the success of the first edition in 2017, the 2019 release presents an updated portrait of Europe’s cultural and creative richness in an extended sample of 190 cities in 30 countries, including Norway and Switzerland.

Check out the key results and the full monitor at Europa

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