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 When was London the first city to exceed a population of 1,000,000?

Answer In 1760, London had about 750,000 residents. The first reliable modern census was undertaken in 1801, citing the total population as 1,096,784. By 1815 the population had risen to 1.4 million, maki... Read More »
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What was the first city to reach a population of one million?

Rome was the first city to reach one million inhabitants, according to a June 2006 "Ottawa Citizen" article. Founded in 753 B.C., Rome reached a population of one million in 27 A.D. and was conside... Read More »
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What was the first city to reach a one million population?

Rome reached a population of 1 million people at the height of its empire in ancient times. No city could boast the same until London in the early 19th century.Source:ArcaMax: First to Reach 1 Mill... Read More »
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How far is gatwick, london from the city center of london?

London Gatwick Airport lies 28 miles south of central London, a trip of about an hour by car.The airport's nonstop Gatwick Express train, which runs on a 27-mile track, is 30 minutes from the city ... Read More »
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How do you fight city hall on the issue of whether the weeds in your yard can exceed three feet?

By weeds, are you referring to unwanted vegetation or door-to-door proselytizers?Oh wait, those are the same things....
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