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    The City of New York is a vast metropolitan region, occupying a total of 8,683 square kilometers. The megacity is next to one of the largest natural harbors in the world. The City has grown rapidly as a center for finance, research, media, culture, education, politics and tourism. Over 17 million people live in New York City. The population density...

    Tokyo was established in May 1889 as a municipality headquarter. Located in Japan, the vast city is divided into 35 political subdivisions called wards. The city has more than 33 million people. Skyscrapers are a common phenomenon here to house the huge population. Tokyo occupies 6,993 square kilometers and a population density of 4.750 human being...

    Chicago, in the United States, has a massive land area. Since its incorporation in 1837, the city has grown rapidly despite its Great Fire of 1871 that caused enormous destruction. The expansion was accelerated by a boom in the construction industry. The city initiated urban planning and zoning techniques with new styles of construction drawn by pr...

    Atlanta City, Georgia occupies 5,083 square miles and is home to more than 3.5 million people. Its population density is 700 people per square kilometer, making it one of the least populated major cities. Established as a transport hub in 1837, the city became the center for civil rights movements spearheaded by Martin Luther King Jr among others. ...

    Philadelphia occupies 4,661 square kilometers. Over five million people live in Philadelphia. Founded in 1682 as the capital for colonial control, the city is historical as the meeting point for “founding fathers of the U.S” who signed the declaration of independence. Growth was accelerated by an influx of immigrants from Europe. Philadelphia becam...

  3. List. There are 81 cities in the world with a population exceeding 5 million people, according to 2018 estimates by the United Nations. The U.N. figures include a mixture of city proper, metropolitan area, and urban area.

  4. Feb 5, 2021 · The New York-New Jersey-Connecticut metro region claims the title as the largest urban area in physical size, sprawling out over 4,669 square miles. Boston-Providence comes second with 3,683 ...

  5. Of the ten largest global cities by area, eight are in the United States. The two largest cities by area that are not in the U.S. are Tokyo-Yokohama, Japan, and Moscow, Russia. Tokyo-Yokohama is the world’s third-largest city at 8,230 km2 (3,178 mi2), and Moscow is the seventh-largest at 4,662 km2 (2,274 mi2).

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