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Largest cities in western Europe 1330

It is estimated that the largest cities in Western Europe in 1330 were Paris and Granada. At this time, Paris was the seat of power in northern France, while Granada had become the largest multicultural city in southern Spain, controlled by the Muslim, Nasrid Kingdom during Spain's Reconquista period. The next three largest cities were Venice, Genoa and Milan, all in northern Italy, renowned as important trading cities during the middle ages. In October 1347, the first wave of the Black Death had arrived in Sicily and then began spreading throughout Europe, decimating the population.

Largest cities in western Europe in 1330

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Release date

March 1992

Region

Europe

Survey time period

1330

Supplementary notes

*Western Europe is defined here as everything west of modern-day Sweden, Germany, Czechia, Austria and Italy

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