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This map compares European countries by how much of their national population lives in their capital city or its surrounding metro area. As might be expected, small countries (like Malta, 90%, and Luxembourg, 76%) and countries with dominant primate cities (like Reykjavik, Iceland, Athens, Greece, and Olso, Norway) have a high concentration of population in the capital area. jakubmarian.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/capital-percentage-europe.jpg
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