Or go to the Benelux...
Yes,the center of Europe and a giant populated area.
Sometimes i feel like we live in one big city without nature spread acros different counttries and that is partly true.
That's actually not false and called a Megalocity. The Northeast Megalocity, formerly known as BosWash, is one of these urban sprawls that don't seem to end.
Btw, the one that goes through western Europe from northern Italy to the UK is nicknamed the Blue Banana and has about 130M inhabitants: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Banana
I do get why somebody would think the US as overpopulated however: Most people live in big urban aeras. If you add up the Megalocities of Northeast, Great Lakes, Southern California, Texas triangle, Florida Paddle and Piedmont Atlantic, you get an urban aera of 190M inhabitants, over half the population of the US (though Great Lakes also includes some Canadian cities). The problem is that in between these large sprawls there's huge amounts of empty spaces and nothingness, which doesn't exactly exist in Europe, that pull the population per square kilometer way down the list.
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