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In 2015, Budapest was ranked as the sixth-best city to live in by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) and 12th globally on quality of living for environment and infrastructure. The EIU also ranked Budapest as the most liveable Central and Eastern European city on its Quality-of-Life Index (QOLI).Budapest is a member of numerous UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including:The Hungarian National Museum displays objects found during excavations in Hungary. It has some 400 permanent exhibits showing artifacts from ancient times through history to modern day life. The museum is located in Buda Castle which dates back to Medieval Era but was destroyed by fire after World War II; it reopened only recently with new exhibitions added regularly since then.The Hungarian Parliament Building hosts national cultural events along with being home for several museums such as House of Terror that features Communist era torture chambers used during Stalinist regime or Memento Park where statues from all over Hungary are displayed outdoors; many were removed due to their controversial nature or because they were not considered aesthetically pleasing enough.