Mazovia Region (PL)
Mazovia is a province in Poland with the metropolitan area of Warsaw at its centre. The region is home to 5.5 million residents in an area of 36 thousand km2. Mazovia is a region of beautiful river valleys, the dynamic capital city and 5 subregional cities, as well as fields and orchards. In the last two decades it has been one of the most rapidly developing regions in the EU.
Île-de-France Region (FR)
Île-de-France is a region in France, centred around Paris. The region covers an area of more than 12000km2 and has a population of 12.3 million. It is made up of 75% natural areas and 25% urban areas, spread in a heterogeneous way over its territory, which is at once urban, peri-urban and rural. It serves as the economic, political, and cultural heart of France, attracting millions of tourists each year. The region is renowned for its iconic landmarks, world-class museums, and vibrant arts scene.
Nitra City (SK)
Nitra is a city located in western Slovakia in the Danubian Lowland (valley of the river Nitra) and at the foot of the Tribeč mountains, with a population of around 100,000. Nitra is known as one of the oldest cities in the country, with evidence of human habitation dating back to the Neolithic era. It has also been a political and economic centre of the region since the 9th century. Modern-day Nitra strikes a balance between preserving its historical legacy and natural environment and embracing contemporary development.
The Amsterdam Metropolitan area is comprised of 32 municipalities and two provinces (North Holland and Flevoland). Approximately 2.5 million people live in the area, making up more than 14 percent of the population of the Netherlands. With high level infrastructure, strong economic standing, and a rich cultural history, the area aims to develop in such a way that fosters urban greening and sustainability, while maintaining quality of life for its inhabitants.