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Where do most people live in Italy?

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According to the World Population Review, most people in Italy live in Rome. As of 2014, the city has an estimated total population of 2,563,241. Milano follows with 1,306,661 people living there.

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Where do most people live in Italy?
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Officially known as the Italian Republic and famous for its boot shape, Italy is the fifth most populous country in Europe and ranks 23rd in the world. The number of people living in Italy in 2014 is estimated by the World Population Review to be 60,923,964, a 0.10 percent increase compared to figures from the previous year. According to the same source, in terms of population density, the Po Valley is the most densely populated area in the country, with almost half the population inhabiting the region.


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