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What Would the Roman Empire Look like If It Reunited Today?

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What would the Roman Empire Look Like If it Reunited today?

This is a picture of the Roman Empire at its height in 117 A.D. However, it's enemies were cruel and over the centuries, it gradually lost its power and eventually disappeared. But what would a country with the same borders look like today? This in real life is impossible as there’s no way you could convince England, Spain, Turkey and Syria to be in the same country as they really don’t get on well together.

If the countries reunited, 53 different countries would lose all or some of their territories.This new country would span over a whopping 6,033,000 km2 which would make it the 7th largest country in the world by land area after Australia, Brazil, China, the U.S.A., Canada and Russia . The country would be just bigger than India but just smaller than Australia and Brazil though Russia would be nearly 3 times its size.

Its population would be 711 million or 10% of the world’s total population. This would make it the 3rd highest population after India and China, though it would have a population 2x that of the U.S.A.

It's capital and place where all the laws would be made would be Rome but its financial capital would be London as London would be the richest city in the country has the highest GDP in Europe and 5th highest in the world.The largest city, though, would be Istanbul with a huge population of 15 million.

Its GDP would be the 2nd highest in the world (just behind the U.S. and far higher than China) at 17 trillion USD while the U.S.’s GDP is 18 trillion USD and China’s is 11 trillion USD. This is quite shocking as the population of the U.S. is half as much of our hypothetical country.The GDP per capita would be even more shocking at an abysmal 25,000 USD which would make the hypothetical country the 52nd highest in the world.This is because, despite


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