In the year 1650, which was the most urbanised country in Europe?

Answer: The Netherlands, where 32% of the population lived in cities. The smallest was Poland, with only 0.7%. In England, 9% of the population lived in citiies and in Germany 4%.

Source: The Routledge Companion to Early Modern Europe by Chris Cook and Philip Broadhead

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