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Largest European cities

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These are the largest metropolitan areas and cities of Europe. Where the population figure is for a metropolitan area, the population of the city proper is given in the brackets.

City namePopulation
Moscow, Russia 13,200,000 (10,101,500)
London, UK 11,850,000 (7,238,109)
Paris, France 11,354,000 in 2004 (2,125,246 in 1999)
Istanbul, Turkey 10,900,000 (only half of the city is in Europe)
Ruhr area, Germany 6,100,000 (Essen, Bochum, Dortmund, Wuppertal)
St. Petersburg, Russia 5,550,000 (4,669,400)
Madrid, Spain 5,150,000 (2,881,506)
Berlin, Germany 4,200,000 (3,388,434)
Barcelona, Spain 3,800,000 (1,503,884)
Milan, Italy 3,800,000 (1,256,211)
Athens, Greece 3,500,000 (745,514)
Rome, Italy 3,300,000 (2,546,804)
Kyiv, Ukraine 3,200,000 (2,611,000)
Naples, Italy 3,000,000 (1,004,500)
Upper Silesia, Poland 2,930,800 (340,539, Katowice)
Lisbon, Portugal 2,900,000 (564,657)
Stuttgart, Germany 2,700,000 (587,152)
Birmingham, UK 2,600,000 (965,928)
Hamburg, Germany 2,600,000 (1,726,363)
Budapest, Hungary 2,550,000 (1,775,203)
Brussels, Belgium 2,500,000 (136,730)
Manchester, UK 2,500,000 (402,889)
Warsaw, Poland 2,400,000 (1,610,471)
Bucharest, Romania 2,300,000 (1,921,751)
Amsterdam, Netherlands 2,100,000 (735,080)
Leeds, UK 2,100,000 (424,194)
Frankfurt, Germany 1,975,000 (641,076)
Donetsk, Ukraine 1,925,000 (1,016,000)
Munich, Germany 1,925,000 (1,227,958)
Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia 1,925,000 (1,311,200)
Cologne, Germany 1,875,000 (967,940)
Kharkiv, Ukraine 1,850,000 (1,470,000)
Minsk, Belarus 1,850,000 (1,719,000)
Vienna, Austria 1,850,000 (1,550,123)
Copenhagen, Denmark 1,820,000 in 2003 (501,285 in 2003)
Lille, France/Belgium 1,813,000 in 2004 (212,597 in 1999) (includes Mouscron and Kortrijk, Belgium)
Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro 1,800,000 (1,280,639)
Lyons, France 1,705,000 in 2004 (445,452 in 1999)
Stockholm, Sweden 1,700,000 (758,148)
Mannheim, Germany 1,650,000 (308,385)
Glasgow, UK 1,575,000 (629,501)
Marseilles, France 1,551,000 in 2004 (798,430 in 1999)
Turin, Italy 1,500,000 (865,263)
Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine 1,425,000 (1,065,000)
Valencia, Spain 1,425,000 (738,441)
Liverpool, UK 1,375,000 (481,786)
Samara, Russia 1,375,000 (1,158,100)
Volgograd, Russia 1,375,000 (1,012,800)
Sheffield, UK 1,366,023 (611,012)
Düsseldorf, Germany 1,350,000 (570,765)
Oporto, Portugal 1,325,000 (263,131)
Prague, Czech Republic 1,300,000 (1,161,938)
Antwerp, Belgium 1,225,000 (448,709)
Kassel, Germany 1,265,000 (194,419)
Helsinki, Finland 1,225,000 (559,716)
Seville, Spain 1,225,000 (684,663)
Sofia, Bulgaria 1,225,000 (1,096,389)
Kazan, Russia 1,175,000
Rostov, Russia 1,175,000
Rotterdam, Netherlands 1,175,000 (599,472)
Hanover, Germany 1,126,000 (516,415)
Saratov, Russia 1,115,000 (873,500)
Odessa, Ukraine 1,125,000
Ufa, Russia 1,125,000
Lodz, Poland 1,100,000 (793,217)
Perm, Russia 1,100,000
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 1,075,000 (189,150)
Nuremberg, Germany 1,050,000 (491,307)
Toulouse, France 1,041,000 in 2004 (390,350 in 1999)
Tricity, Poland 1,035,000 (462,700)
Dublin, Ireland 1,025,000 (495,101)

See also: List of metropolitan areas by population for the world, Largest urban areas of Western Europe for the population of urban areas (and not metropolitan areas like here).

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