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and it seems modern Tokyo, home to 0.55% of the world's population, is the winner. The second place goes to 700 AD Chang'an, home to 0.44% of the world's population. The third place is shared betweenwinners are:

  1. Modern Tokyo (metropolitan area), home to 0.55% of the world's population
  2. 700 AD Chang'an, home to 0.44% of the world's population
  3. 200 AD Rome, home to 0.42% of the world's population

1 AD Rome, 400 AD Rome, and 1900 AD London. All follow, all three werebeing home to 0.40% of the world's population at the time.

Please keep in mind that all numbers here are vague estimates.

I've combined the data in:

and it seems modern Tokyo, home to 0.55% of the world's population, is the winner. The second place goes to 700 AD Chang'an, home to 0.44% of the world's population. The third place is shared between 1 AD Rome, 400 AD Rome, and 1900 AD London. All three were home to 0.40% of the world's population at the time.

Please keep in mind that all numbers here are vague estimates.

I've combined the data in:

The winners are:

  1. Modern Tokyo (metropolitan area), home to 0.55% of the world's population
  2. 700 AD Chang'an, home to 0.44% of the world's population
  3. 200 AD Rome, home to 0.42% of the world's population

1 AD Rome, 400 AD Rome, and 1900 AD London follow, all three being home to 0.40% of the world's population at the time.

Please keep in mind that all numbers here are vague estimates.

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I've combined the data in:

and it seems modern Tokyo, home to 0.55% of the world's population, is the winner. The second place goes to 700 AD Chang'an, home to 0.44% of the world's population. The third place is shared between 1 AD Rome, 400 AD Rome, and 1900 AD London. All three were home to 40%0.40% of the world's population at the time.

Please keep in mind that all numbers here are vague estimates.

I've combined the data in:

and it seems modern Tokyo, home to 0.55% of the world's population, is the winner. The second place goes to 700 AD Chang'an, home to 0.44% of the world's population. The third place is shared between 1 AD Rome, 400 AD Rome, and 1900 AD London. All three were home to 40% of the world's population at the time.

Please keep in mind that all numbers here are vague estimates.

I've combined the data in:

and it seems modern Tokyo, home to 0.55% of the world's population, is the winner. The second place goes to 700 AD Chang'an, home to 0.44% of the world's population. The third place is shared between 1 AD Rome, 400 AD Rome, and 1900 AD London. All three were home to 0.40% of the world's population at the time.

Please keep in mind that all numbers here are vague estimates.

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I've combined the data in:

and it seems modern Tokyo, home to 0.55% of the world's population, is the winner. The second place goes to 700 AD Chang'an, home to 0.44% of the world's population. The third place is shared between 1 AD Rome, 400 AD Rome, and 1900 AD London. All three were home to 40% of the world's population at the time.

Please keep in mind that all numbers here are vague estimates.