Which Is The Most Populated City In Italy?


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Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
The most populated city in Italy is Milan. It has got a population of about 4/4.3 million people, and this is the real extent of the urban area, because the municipality of Milan (1.3 million people) covers only the historic centre of the city, and all historic centre of italian cities are no more highly populated (they are very ancient).

Milan is in fact subdivide into several municipalities (as Naples) which artificially bring down the real number of people. Rome (the capital city), on the contrary, is not subdivided into several municipalities, but consist of only one municipality : Just the comparison between the area of the two municipalities (1285 square km Roma versus 182 square km Milan, that is as a little country town...) shows it.

The metropolitan area of Milan is about 7.5 / 7.6 million people.

These are all figures courtesy of Euro stat.
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Muddassar Memon answered
Rome also known as Roma in the Latin language is basically the capital city of Italy and the Lazio region. It is the most populated city of the country with a total population of 2.5 million people, the figure raises to 3.8 million if you include the entire urbanized area.

Rome is situated in the central-western segment of the Italian peninsula, where the river Anine connects the Tiber. It is one of the largest cities in the European Union. According to history, Rome was established on April 21st, 753 BC by the brothers Romulus and Remus. Rome was earlier the capital of the Roman Kingdom. Rome is also one the main European cities which did not get harmed during the World War II. The city center of Rome known as UNESCO World Heritage Site has some of the world's best known art and monument works in it.

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