The World’s Ten Most Crowded Places


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Crowded places can be enjoyable for some and dangerous for others. Individuals who have ochlophobia will avoid crowded areas at all costs. However, some people enjoy venturing out into the world’s most crowded places to explore.

It’s unusual to see this many people gathered together. Our tiny world, where everyone is connected due to globalization, contains some pretty crowded areas.

The following is a list of the world’s most crowded locations.

China’s Qingdao Huiquan Beach

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It is one of the most densely packed beaches in the world. Daily, over 130,000 people visit the beach, according to a report.

Hong Kong’s Mong Kok district.

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If you enjoy shopping, you must visit this location. This district, according to Reuters, has the highest population density. The area is best known for its vibrant shopping district.

Japan’s Shibuya Crossing.

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Surprisingly, the Street is crossed daily by approximately 2,500 people. Shibuya is a district in the Japanese capital of Tokyo.

Oxford Street, United Kingdom.

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The mighty Street is located in the United Kingdom’s capital city of London. According to reports, Oxford Street is one of the most densely populated streets in the world.

France’s Louvre Museum.

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The Louvre in Paris, France, houses some of the world’s most famous works of art. They include Leonardo Da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa” and Eugène Delacroix’s “Liberty Leading the People.” Additionally, the museum receives approximately 7.4 million annual visitors.

Times Square, New York City, United States.

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The world-famous New York City landmark is always crowded, regardless of the time of day. Every day, approximately 300,000 pedestrians pass through the area.

Turkey’s Grand Bazaar

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Since 1461, the Bazar in Istanbul, Turkey, has been a center of commerce. Additionally, the bazaar has approximately 3000 stores and about 15 million visitors each year.

China’s Forbidden City

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The Forbidden City in Beijing, China, is comprised of traditional architecture and magnificent artifacts. The majority of the items date from the Ming and Qing dynasties. Each year, approximately 14 million people visit the site.

Italy’s St. Peter’s Square.

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Vatican City is home to St. Peter’s Square. Each year, over 4 million Catholics visit the site.

United States of America, Central Park.

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The Park, which is located in New York, is approximately 843 acres in size. It is the city’s second-largest park. The Park receives around 35 million visitors each year.

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