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This is a list of the most heavily populated cities in Europe, as opposed to the most populous metropolitan or urban areas. This list includes 2010 population estimates for all of those who are defined as living within the 'city limits', or 'city boundary', and are based on a mixture of official and independent sources.
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Data released by World Gazetteer - January.01.2010 - Next data release 2011 (unknown date)
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Top 100 Most Populous Cities In Europe 2010
City Country 2010 Estimate [1]
1 Istanbul Turkey 12,175,592
2 Moscow Russia 10,509,592
3 London United Kingdom 7,744,942
4 Saint Petersburg Russia 4,502,991
5 Berlin Germany 3,448,584
6 Madrid Spain 3,137,083
7 Kiev Ukraine 2,740,312
8 Rome Italy 2,473,972
9 Paris France 2,187,534
10 Bucharest Romania 1,918,256
11 Hamburg Germany 1,774,688
12 Minsk Belarus 1,763,899
13 Warsaw Poland 1,709,578
14 Vienna Austria 1,704,864
15 Barcelona Spain 1,653,416
16 Budapest Hungary 1,645,091
17 Kharkiv Ukraine 1,459,908
18 Munich Germany 1,342,339
19 Milan Italy 1,326,571
20 Stockholm Sweden 1,279,658
21 Nizhniy Novgorod Russia 1,256,488
22 Prague Czech Republic 1,185,340
23 Sofia Bulgaria 1,123,404
24 Kazan Russia 1,120,320
25 Samara Russia 1,113,902
26 Belgrade Serbia 1,099,352
27 Copenhagen Denmark 1,080,638
28 Dublin Ireland 1,069,861
29 Brussels Belgium 1,059,483
30 Rostov-na-Donu Russia 1,044,852
31 Dnipropetrovs'k Ukraine 1,044,770
32 Ufa Russia 1,017,866
33 Cologne Germany 996,084
34 Odesa Ukraine 988,612
35 Donetsk Ukraine 987,453
36 Perm Russia 983,726
37 Volgograd Russia 975,150
38 Naples Italy 952,980
39 Birmingham United Kingdom 942,766
40 Valencia Spain 921,882
41 Oslo Norway 900,017
42 Turin Italy 859,605
43 Voronezh Russia 843,348
44 Saratov Russia 829,618
45 Zaporizhzhya Ukraine 784,572
46 Marseille France 779,679
47 Amsterdam Netherlands 760,949
48 Krakow Poland 754,804
49 Athens Greece 752,971
50 Lodz Poland 737,746
51 L'viv Ukraine 735,337
52 Kryvyy Rih Ukraine 730,739
53 Tolyatti Russia 708,979
54 Sevilla Spain 706,914
55 Zagreb Croatia 706,353
56 Riga Latvia 706,036
57 Krasnodar Russia 702,427
58 Frankfurt Germany 670,816
59 Zaragoza Spain 662,612
60 Palermo Italy 644,175
61 Wrocław Poland 629,931
62 Izhevsk Russia 608,540
63 Stuttgart Germany 603,194
64 Ulyanovsk Russia 601,410
65 Yaroslavl Russia 595,077
66 Dusseldorf Germany 587,498
67 Rotterdam Netherlands 586,311
68 Dortmund Germany 582,354
69 Genoa Italy 581,777
70 Glasgow United Kingdom 578,776
71 Essen Germany 577,722
72 Helsinki Finland 575,570
73 Chisinau Moldova 574,109
74 Malaga Spain 573,969
75 Tirana Albania 570,837
76 Poznan Poland 555,080
77 Bremen Germany 547,247
78 Vilnius Lithuania 542,947
79 Gothenburg Sweden 522,372
80 Hanover Germany 521,118
81 Orenburg Russia 520,689
82 Leipzig Germany 520,606
83 Dresden Germany 517,133
84 Mykolayiv Ukraine 507,190
85 Ryazan Russia 505,830
86 Nuremberg Germany 504,461
87 Penza Russia 502,419
88 Naberezhnyye Chelny Russia 502,376
89 Lipetsk Russia 501,463
90 Astrakhan Russia 494,188
91 Duisburg Germany 491,772
92 Gomel Belarus 491,486
93 The Hague Netherlands 490,844
94 Tula Russia 490,261
95 Lyon France 489,005
96 Skopje Macedonia 482,626
97 Kirov Russia 477,722
98 Antwerp Belgium 475,466
99 Makhachkala Russia 475,432
100 Mariupol Ukraine 474,979
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References
[1] "World: largest cities and towns and statistics of their population" World Gazetteer - All statistics © Stefan Helders, www.world-gazetteer.com. Stefan Helders has been independently collating data relating to population statistics since 1998 on what is now known as the World Gazetteer website. According to Helders... "If possible, official data sources are used. In many cases however no official figures are available. In that case, secondary sources such as year books, encyclopediae, atlases etc. are used. I have also received data from other stats lovers". Along with another useful population statistics website called CityPopulation.de, Stefan Helders/World Gazetteer provides the most accurate and up-to-date analysis of population levels in the World's cities and metropolitan areas.
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