20 Largest Cities in Europe

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  • Post last modified:March 22, 2022

Europe is the continent, with a land area of 10,180,000 km2 and a population of approximately 746 million people. Europe is home to well-known countries such as the United Kingdom and Spain. Europe includes Germany and Italy. The Continent is located above the equator, keeping the majority of the city’s climate colder and more pleasant. Cities are wealthy, modern, and have a high Human Development Index (HDI).

Istanbul, Turkey’s largest city, has 1.3 million inhabitants and is the largest city in Europe. Russia is the world’s largest country and a transcontinental country that shares land with Asia and Europe (Eurasia). In the list. Moscow, Saint Petersburg, and other Russian cities are included.

Istanbul city in Turkey, Image by Şinasi Müldür from Pixabay


RankCity
CountryOfficial population
1Moscow Russia17,693,000
2Istanbul Turkey15,311,000
3London United Kingdom11,120,000
4Saint Petersburg Russia4,879,566
5Berlin Germany3,748,148
6Madrid Spain3,223,334
7Kiev Ukraine2,950,800
8Rome Italy2,844,750
9Bucharest Romania2,155,240
10Paris France11,027,000
11MinskBelarus
1,982,444
12Vienna Austria1,921,153
13Hamburg Germany1,899,160
14Warsaw Poland1,793,579
15Budapest Hungary1,768,073
16Barcelona Spain1,636,762
17Munich Germany1,471,508
18Kharkiv Ukraine1,451,132
19Milan Italy1,404,239
20Belgrade Serbia1,397,939

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