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A list of the Easter European urban areas of over 1 000 000 citizens

rank - city's name - pop

source: http://www.demographia.com/db-worldua.pdf (data for Feb.2006)

1...Moscow..........................10,500,000
2...Istanbul..........................9,000,000
3...St..Petersburg.................5,300,000
4...Athens...........................3,685,000
5...Berlin.............................3,675,000
6...Kiyev...............................2,600,000
7...Katowice.........................2,200,000
8...Baku-Sumqayit................2,100,000
9...Warsaw...........................2,000,000
9...Bucharest........................2,000,000
11..Budapest.......................1,800,000
12..Minsk.............................1,650,000
13..Kharkov..........................1,500,000
13..Nizhni.Novgorod..............1,500,000
15..Donetsk..........................1,400,000
16..Ekaterinburg...................1,300,000
17..Prague............................1,200,000
18..Belgrade..........................1,100,000
18..Chelyabinsk.....................1,100,000
18..Samara............................1,100,000
18..Dnepropetrovsk................1,100,000
22..Yerevan...........................1,050,000
22..Sofia................................1,050,000
22..Kazan..............................1,050,000
22..Tblisi................................1,050,000
26..Saratov............................1,000,000
26..Ufa..................................1,000,000
26..Rostov.............................1,000,000
26..Odessa.............................1,000,000

That ranking is simply the best - no doubt about that (the most accurate I mean)
Enjoy ;) :cheers:
 

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Populations of Warsaw and Katowice appear to be inaccurate. Or does this include suburbs? If so, then population of Kyiv is inaccurate.

What does Berlin have to do with EE? :)
 

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Some figures make sense(Kiev, Budapest, Berlin...) but some like Belgrade do not.
1.1 million is figure from...1975?
Today, Belgrade has 1.7 million *officially* , 2.2 million unofficially. Some say even 3 million+.
 

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Islom said:
Some figures make sense(Kiev, Budapest, Berlin...) but some like Belgrade do not.
1.1 million is figure from...1975?
Today, Belgrade has 1.7 million *officially* , 2.2 million unofficially. Some say even 3 million+.
I do agree with you, Belgrade has more than 2 million inhabitants. Don't know for others
 

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tatturio said:
A list of the Easter European urban areas of over 1 000 000 citizens

rank - city's name - pop

source: http://www.demographia.com/db-worldua.pdf (data for Feb.2006)

1...Moscow..........................10,500,000
2...Istanbul..........................9,000,000
3...St..Petersburg.................5,300,000
4...Athens...........................3,685,000
5...Berlin.............................3,675,000
6...Kiyev...............................2,600,000
7...Katowice.........................2,200,000
8...Baku-Sumqayit................2,100,000
9...Warsaw...........................2,000,000
9...Bucharest........................2,000,000
11..Budapest.......................1,800,000
12..Minsk.............................1,650,000
13..Kharkov..........................1,500,000
13..Nizhni.Novgorod..............1,500,000
15..Donetsk..........................1,400,000
16..Ekaterinburg...................1,300,000
17..Prague............................1,200,000
18..Belgrade..........................1,100,000
18..Chelyabinsk.....................1,100,000
18..Samara............................1,100,000
18..Dnepropetrovsk................1,100,000
22..Yerevan...........................1,050,000
22..Sofia................................1,050,000
22..Kazan..............................1,050,000
22..Tblisi................................1,050,000
26..Saratov............................1,000,000
26..Ufa..................................1,000,000
26..Rostov.............................1,000,000
26..Odessa.............................1,000,000

That ranking is simply the best - no doubt about that (the most accurate I mean)
Enjoy ;) :cheers:
These should be more accurate

1...Moscow..........................10,415,400 (within the city area, 2005)
2...Istanbul..........................11,912,511 (2006)
3...St..Petersburg.................5,300,000
4...Athens...........................3.7 million (2001)
5...Berlin.............................3,396,990 11/2005
4,262,480 Metro Area
6...Kiyev...............................2,660,401
7...Katowice......................... Urban 3,487,000 (USMA)
8...Baku-Sumqayit................ 1,900,000 census 2003 (Baku only)
9...Warsaw........................... City 1,692,900 (2004)
Urban 2,760,000
9...Bucharest........................ 2,500,000
11..Budapest.......................1,695,000
12..Minsk.............................1 780 000
13..Kharkov..........................1,455,000 (2005)
13..Nizhni.Novgorod..............1,500,000
15..Donetsk..........................1,131,700
16..Ekaterinburg...................1,300,000
17..Prague............................1,172,975 (31.3.2005)
18..Belgrade..........................1,576,124 (2002)
18..Chelyabinsk.....................1,100,000
18..Samara............................1,157,880 (2002 Census)
18..Dnepropetrovsk................1,049,000 (2005)
22..Yerevan...........................1,088,300
22..Sofia................................Total (2006) 1,376,742
22..Kazan..............................1,105,289 (2002 census)
22..Tblisi................................1,345,000 (2000 est.)
26..Saratov............................873,055 (2002 Census)
26..Ufa..................................2002 census: 1,042,437
26..Rostov.............................1,012,300 (2003 est)
 

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MIMICA said:
Most of the numbers on that list are wrong. And I'm sure Zagreb has over a million inhabitants by now.
True
973.667 (2005)
1.200.000 metro area
 

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Yeah, but ZG counts also people who are not inhabitants , but also people who study there and came to work there.
What are you talking about??? That is not correct :nono:

I don't know how to translate 'prebivaliste'. If we count students that would be 'boraviste'. 973.667 people has ragistrated 'prebivaliste' in Zagreb city area, so Zagreb has 973.667 inhabitans ;)
 

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I think Zagreb has about 880 000 Inhabitants and additional 320 000 in metro area, Samobor, V. Groica, Zapersic, Sesvete.


Anyways we'll see in 2007 as Croatia has to complete new census for EU census before it joins EU in 2009, this is due to EU parliamentary elections in 2009.

Croatia is to get 7-8 seats in EU parliament, country will be split in to 4 voting units, Primorje-Istria, Central Croatian, Slavonia and Dalmatia.

Each unit 2 votes, = 8 votes.
 
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