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Biggest European Cities that end in G with a Map

Can you name the biggest European cities that end in G with the help of a map?
Population data from citypopulation.de, city proper population
Most common names used (eg. Stoke-on-Trent = Stoke)
Quiz by Nedpet
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Last updated: September 5, 2021
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First submittedSeptember 3, 2021
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Population
City
5,384,342
Saint Petersburg
1,847,253
Hamburg
655,078
Gothenburg
593,145
Leipzig
572,819
Orenburg
518,370
Nuremberg
498,686
Duisburg
296,582
Augsburg
Population
City
284,677
Strasbourg
248,269
Taganrog
237,565
Magdeburg
231,195
Freiburg
229,482
Reading
221,969
Tilburg
174,685
Tekirdağ
Population
City
169,605
Oldenburg
158,741
Heidelberg
155,416
Salzburg
152,270
Regensburg
126,954
Würzburg
124,509
Luxembourg
123,830
Wolfsburg
Population
City
119,219
Aalborg
119,006
Linköping
118,582
Elbląg
115,191
Worthing
113,816
Helsingborg
107,854
Woking
101,126
Jönköping
3 Comments
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Level 65
Sep 4, 2021
Couple of things - Braunschweig? Den Haag? I know the English variants of their names don't end in G but for Braunschweig in particular it's confusing.

Also, the dot for Woking is in the wrong place. It's SE of Reading, not NE.

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Level 73
Sep 5, 2021
This quiz uses English names because the quiz is in English. Woking has been fixed
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Level 65
Sep 6, 2021
Thanks for fixing. Yes, but there are English exonyms all over the place and some of them are pretty old-fashioned and little used for the town nowadays (Lyons, Leghorn, Sandy Point etc). 'Brunswick' isn't the usual form for referring to the German city any more (as opposed to the historic principality) - people tend to use the actual (German) name, as opposed to The Hague, Cologne, Venice etc) where the exonym is still actively used.