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Top Ten Largest Cities

New York City, NY
New York City, NY

The most populous and largest city by area in the state is by far New York, home to over 8.2 million people and comprising just over 300 square miles (800 km 2) of land (468.87 square miles (1,210 km 2) including water). The least populous city is Sherrill, with just 3,147 inhabitants in 2000.

Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles, CA

Map of Los Angeles County Incorporated Areas There are 88 cities in Los Angeles County, California. Each city has a mayor and a city council. Each city has a mayor and a city council.

Chicago, IL
Chicago, IL

Illinois is a state located in the Midwestern United States. According to the 2010 United States Census, Illinois is the 5th most populous state with 12,831,549 inhabitants but the 24th largest by land area spanning 55,518.93 square miles (143,793.4 km 2) of land.

Houston, TX
Houston, TX

With a population of approximately 2.1 million, Houston is the largest city in Texas. The city, located in Harris County, is home to Major League Baseball's Astros and National Football League's Texans. Space Center Houston is NASA's official visitor center and offers spacecrafts, simulators and astronaut ephemera.

Philadelphia, PA
Philadelphia, PA

Philadelphia: 1,567,448: Philadelphia "Philadelphia maneto" ("Let brotherly love endure") The largest city in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia was founded on October 27, 1682, by William Penn. It is known as the "City of Brotherly Love" because "Philadelphia" is Greek for "brotherly love".

Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ

As of 2010, Phoenix, the capital and largest city in Arizona, ... Other Arizona cities among the 100 most populous in the country are Tucson, Mesa, ...

San Antonio, TX
San Antonio, TX

San Antonio. San Antonio in Bexar County is the second largest Texas city with a population of 1.5 million. The Alamo, which chronicles the 1836 battle between a small group of Texans and Santa Anna’s Mexican troops, attracts many historians to San Antonio.

San Diego, CA
San Diego, CA

Santa Rosa is the largest city in California's Wine Country and the Redwood Empire. The county seat of Sonoma County since 1854, it grew as a center of agriculture, shipping, and industry. It is today still an important local center of business and tourism.

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New York City, NY – 8,175,133
New York City, NY – 8,175,133

According to U.S. Census Bureau population estimates, New York City’s population increased from 8,175,133 1 in April of 2010 to 8,622,698 in July of 2017. This is an increase of about 448,000 residents over the 2010 mark, or 5.5 percent.

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Los Angeles, CA – 3,792,621
Los Angeles, CA – 3,792,621

The largest employers in the city as of 2009 were, in descending order, the City of Los Angeles, the County of Los Angeles, and University of California, Los Angeles. The University of Southern California (USC) is the city's fourth largest employer and the largest private sector employer.

Chicago, IL – 2,695,598​
Chicago, IL – 2,695,598​

1. Chicago: 2,695,598 2. Aurora: 197,899 3. Rockford: 152,871 4. Joliet: 147,433 5. Naperville: 141,853.

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Houston, TX – 2,099,451
Houston, TX – 2,099,451

Huston is the largest city in texas and also the 4th larges city in the United States of America. San Antonio is the second largest city and 7th largest in the U.S.A. The thi … rd largest city is Dallas home of the mavericks.

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Philadelphia, PA – 1,526,006​
Philadelphia, PA – 1,526,006​

Philadelphia County is a county located in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. At the 2010 census, the population was 1,526,006, making it the most populous county in the state, despite being the second smallest county in the state by land area.

Phoenix, AZ – 1,445,632​
Phoenix, AZ – 1,445,632​

Arizona is a state located in the Western United States. There are 91 incorporated cities and towns in the U.S. state of Arizona as of 2010. Incorporated places in Arizona are those that have been granted home rule, possessing a local government in the form of a city or town council.

San Antonio, TX – 1,327,407
San Antonio, TX – 1,327,407

San Antonio (/ ˌ s æ n æ n ˈ t oʊ n i oʊ / Spanish for "Saint Anthony"), officially the City of San Antonio, is the seventh most populous city in the United States and the second most populous city in both Texas and the Southern United States.

San Diego, CA – 1,307,402
San Diego, CA – 1,307,402

San Diego: The largest city in San Diego's North County, Oceanside is home to the longest wooden pier on the West Coast and is directly south of Camp Pendleton, ...

Osaka, Japan
Osaka, Japan

Some regionally important cities −are designated as core cities. Tokyo is not included on this list, as the City of Tokyo ceased to exist on July 1, 1943. Tokyo now exists as a special "metropolis" prefecture (都 to), with 23 "special" wards (with the same status of city) making up the former boundaries of the former city in the eastern half of the prefecture.

Mexico City, Mexico
Mexico City, Mexico

Most populous cities. This is a list of cities in Mexico by fixed population, according to the 2010 Mexican national census. Note that Veracruz and Naucalpan are cities whose administration is divided between two municipalities; the list gives the population of each part of the city separately.

Beijing, China
Beijing, China

Chengdu is an exception among large Chinese cities. The largest city in mostly mountainous or arid West China, it is a concentration of the population of the fertile Sichuan Basin. The pace of life is the most relaxed of China's large cities.

São Paulo, Brazil
São Paulo, Brazil

São Paulo was one of the host cities of the 1950 and the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Additionally, the city hosted the IV Pan American Games and the São Paulo Indy 300. São Paulo is the second best city in Brazil to invest in, after the city of Curitiba.

Mumbai, India
Mumbai, India

The Biggest Cities In India The world's second most populous country also has some of its most massive metro areas. The Indian City Of Mumbai Is The Second Largest City In The Country, Famous For Its Beaches and The Bollywood Film Industry.

Shanghai, China
Shanghai, China

A built up area can be made of several cities (e.g., Guangzhou–Dongguan–Shenzhen, Shanghai–Suzhou, Shenyang–Fushun, Anshan–Liaoyang, etc.).

Delhi, India
Delhi, India

Top 10 Largest Cities in India 1. Mumbai, Maharashtra. Mumbai is the most populous city of India. It is the financial capital of India as well as political capital of Maharashtra. Mumbai’s total population is 12,478,447 as per the 2011 census. Mumbai is also world’s 5th largest city by population.

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Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo, Japan

Most large cities in Japan are cities designated by government ordinance. Some regionally important cities −are designated as core cities. Tokyo is not included on this list, as the City of Tokyo ceased to exist on July 1, 1943.

08 – São Paulo, Brazil (20
08 – São Paulo, Brazil (20

Learn more About Brasil ! Top 10 of Brazil -- The 10 Biggest cities in Brazil: Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Salvador, Brasilia, Recife and more

07 – New York, USA (22
07 – New York, USA (22

The most populous and largest city by area in the state is by far New York, home to over 8.2 million people and comprising just over 300 square miles (800 km 2) of land (468.87 square miles (1,210 km 2) including water).

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06 – Mumbai, India (22
06 – Mumbai, India (22

The following tables are the list of cities in India by population. Often cities are bifurcated into multiple regions (municipalities) which results in creation of cities within cities which may figure in the list. The entire work of this article is based on

05 – Delhi, India (23
05 – Delhi, India (23

Top 10 Largest Cities in India 1. Mumbai, Maharashtra. Mumbai is the most populous city of India. It is the financial capital of India as well as political capital of Maharashtra. Mumbai’s total population is 12,478,447 as per the 2011 census. Mumbai is also world’s 5th largest city by population. Due to business opportunities in the city, most of people in the country wants to settle down in the city.

source: traveljee.com
04 – Mexico City, Mexico (23
04 – Mexico City, Mexico (23

Most populous cities. This is a list of cities in Mexico by fixed population, according to the 2010 Mexican national census. Note that Veracruz and Naucalpan are cities whose administration is divided between two municipalities; the list gives the population of each part of the city separately.

03 – Guangzhou (Canton), China (24
03 – Guangzhou (Canton), China (24

In modern commerce, Guangzhou is best known for its annual Canton Fair, the oldest and largest trade fair in China. For the three consecutive years 2013–2015, Forbes ranked Guangzhou as the best commercial city on the Chinese mainland.

02 – Seoul, South Korea (24
02 – Seoul, South Korea (24

Seoul, the largest city and capital, is classified as a teukbyeolsi (Special City), while the next 6 largest cities (see the list below) are classified as gwangyeoksi (Metropolitan Cities; see Special cities of South Korea).

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01 – Tokyo, Japan (34
01 – Tokyo, Japan (34

The list is also sortable by population, area, density and foundation date. Most large cities in Japan are cities designated by government ordinance. Some regionally important cities −are designated as core cities. Tokyo is not included on this list, as the City of Tokyo ceased to exist on July 1, 1943.

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