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What is the population of Rome?

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As of 2014, the population of Rome is 2,863,322 within the city itself and approximately 3.3 million in the greater urban area. The population of Rome's metropolitan area is 4.2 million. Rome is the capital of Italy.

Rome is one of the oldest occupied cities in Europe and is nicknamed the "Eternal City." It was founded in 753 B.C., according to legend by the twins Romulus and Remus. The city has seen both an increase and decrease in population during its existence. Rome had more than 2.8 million people in the 1980s, but the number began to decline as people moved into the suburban areas. Italians comprise about 90.5 percent of the population, other European nationalities make up about 4.7 percent and non-Europeans are about 4.8 percent of the population.

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    Where is Rome?

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    Rome is located in the center of the Italian Peninsula in Europe. It is on the Tiber River, about 15 miles from the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea. Rome is the capital of Italy, and it is also the capital of the Roma province and the Lazio region.

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    Where is Rome situated?

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    Rome is situated on the eastern banks of the Tiber River in the province of Roma in Italy. It lies to the west of the Apennine Mountains, and its geographical coordinates are 41° 54' N and 12° 29' E.

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    What is the population of Rome, Italy?

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    The population within the city limits of Rome, Italy is estimated at 2.8 million as of 2014. Another 3.8 million people live in the urban areas surrounding the city.

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    What is the location of Rome, Italy?

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    The absolute location of Rome, Italy is at the latitude of 41 degrees and 54 minutes North and longitude of 12 degrees and 29 minutes East. The capital city is situated in the western region of the Apennine Mountains and the eastern side of the River Tiber.

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