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Osaka, Japan
Osaka, Japan

Osaka is a city in Japan that is located in the Kansai region, a region that has been referred to as the cultural heart of the country. It is the capital of the Osaka Prefecture, and it is also part of Japan’s second largest metropolitan area, Keihanshin, which boasts a population of over 19 million.

Mexico City, Mexico
Mexico City, Mexico

The Biggest Cities In Mexico Mexico City, an "alpha" global city, is also the most populated city in Mexico, and a significant financial center. Mexico City is the biggest city in Mexico, hosting a population of 8.56 million people.

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Beijing, China
Beijing, China

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. The pace of life is the most relaxed of China's large cities.

Sao Paulo, Brazil
Sao Paulo, Brazil

Sao Paulo Population 2017. São Paulo is the largest city of Brazil and the largest city proper in the Americas and the southern hemisphere. It's also one of the top 10 largest metropolitan areas in the world.

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Mumbai, India
Mumbai, India

Mumbai, also called Bombay, is the capital city of the state of Maharashtra in India, and it's the most populous city in India. As the 4th most populous city in the world and one of the populous urban regions in the world, Mumbai has a metro population of about 22.05 million in 2018.

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Shanghai, China
Shanghai, China

A city proper is a locality defined according to legal or political boundaries and an administratively recognised urban status that is usually characterised by some form of local government. Cities proper and their boundaries and population data may not include suburbs.

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Delhi, India
Delhi, India

The 10 Largest Cities in India. ... This list describes the ten most populated cities in India. ... it was among the two most productive metro areas in India. Delhi ...

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Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo has always been Japan's largest city, and one of the mightiest cities in Asia, if not the world. It used to be known as Edo, and grew from a small village to become, in the 1720s, the first city in Asia with a population of more than 1 million people. Renamed Tokyo in 1868, the city continued to grow rapidly.

04 – Mexico City, Mexico (23
04 – Mexico City, Mexico (23

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. Note also that Mexico City contains all of the Federal District's area, including rural areas with relatively small populations. The Federal District's population, according to the localities in its boroughs, is 8,810,393 urban (99.54%) and 40,687 rural (0.46%).

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

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.

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

This article lists the most populous cities in the world defined according to a concept of city proper.A city proper is a locality defined according to legal or political boundaries and an administratively recognised urban status that is usually characterised by some form of local government.

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

Guangzhou population density. Guangzhou is one of the more densely populated cities in China – at last count, population density in Guangzhou was 1,708 people per square kilometer. The urban population of Guangzhou is slightly lower – at 11,070,654. The remainder of the population lives in Guangzhou’s rural areas.

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

Seoul, officially known as the Seoul Special City, is the largest metropolis and capital of South Korea. This megacity is the largest city proper in the developed world and the Seoul Capital Area is the second largest metropolitan in the world with more than 25.6 million people, which is half of all the residents in the country. The estimated population within the city limits for 2016 is 10.29 million.

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

Tokyo has always been Japan's largest city, and one of the mightiest cities in Asia, if not the world. It used to be known as Edo, and grew from a small village to become, in the 1720s, the first city in Asia with a population of more than 1 million people. Renamed Tokyo in 1868, the city continued to grow rapidly.

#1 New York City, NY
#1 New York City, NY

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#2 Los Angeles, CA
#2 Los Angeles, CA

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#3 Chicago, IL
#3 Chicago, IL

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#4 Houston, TX
#4 Houston, TX

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#5 Philadelphia, PA
#5 Philadelphia, PA

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#6 Phoenix, AZ
#6 Phoenix, AZ

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#7 San Antonio, TX
#7 San Antonio, TX

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#8 San Diego, CA
#8 San Diego, CA

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