According to Guinness World Records, the biggest antiwar rally in history was the Iraq War protest in Rome February 15, 2003. About 3 million people gathered in the city, and protesters also congregated in almost 600 other cities worldwide. There were approximately 1.3 million people protesting in Barcelona, Spain, and somewhere between 750,000 and 2 million people rallying in London. Altogether, 6 to 10 million people participated in the antiwar protest around the world.
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