15 Biggest Cities in the European Union (with a map)

Can you name the largest cities in the European Union?
EU countries are as listed on europa.eu (Feb 2020)
Urban area populations from citypopulation.de, 2019
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Population
City
11.4 mil
Paris
6.45 mil
Madrid
5.20 mil
Milan
5.00 mil
Cologne
4.75 mil
Berlin
4.73 mil
Barcelona
4.23 mil
Naples
3.58 mil
Rome
3.35 mil
Athens
3.28 mil
Frankfurt
3.23 mil
Rotterdam
2.88 mil
Hamburg
2.60 mil
Budapest
2.55 mil
Lisbon
2.45 mil
Amsterdam
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Level 74
Dec 3, 2019
Surely Munchen is bigger than Stuttgart?
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Level 64
Dec 3, 2019
Not according to the source :)
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Level 67
Dec 4, 2019
Hey there, not to sound pedantic, but citypopulation.de ranks Munich as bigger than Stuttgart in all but urban agglomeration, but the numbers there don't match with the quiz. Could you maybe be more specific in what page you got the data from?
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Level 64
Dec 4, 2019
I see the confusion - I've added to the caveat that I'm using urban agglomerations.
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Level 74
Dec 4, 2019
Stuttgart has a population under 700,00
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Level 71
Dec 4, 2019
Good quiz, thanks.
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Level 54
Mar 21, 2020
Ja Munich iz Just under Hamburg in a list of German cities
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Level 57
Sep 14, 2020
Why is UK yellow?
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Level 58
Dec 1, 2020
"EU"
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Level 55
Sep 23, 2020
it is not in the eu
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Level 55
Sep 23, 2020
also, how does Rotterdam have more people than Amsterdam, that's coming from I guy who has been there twice
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Level 63
Apr 12, 2021
I think a lot of Germans are confused, because we learn in school that the biggest cities in Germany are Berlin, Cologne, Munich and Hamburg. So, "Urban Areas" would be more accurate to put into the title of the quiz. Because now Frankfurt only counts because two other big, but totally independent cities (Wiesbaden and Darmstadt) are counted in. This would be never called Frankfurt, but "Rhein-Main-Gebiet".

Otherwise a nice quiz! Thanks!

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Level 56
Mar 2, 2022
Same with Cologne, on its own it barely cracks one million. To get to 5 million you have to stretch it far and wide and include cities like Düsseldorf, which would rather go to war then be included in "greater Cologne".
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Level 26
Jan 13, 2022
There are not biggest cities but urban areas. Warsaw and Prague more than Amsterdam.
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Level 70
Mar 2, 2022
Strange choice of photograph - London?
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Level 52
Mar 2, 2022
Since when was Cologne larger than Berlin?
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Level 51
May 29, 2022
A lot of the Ruhr conglomerate has probably been factored in. Which imo it shouldn't, because those are other cities.
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Level 51
May 29, 2022
I'm sorry but I don't think the numbers add up. For Amsterdam, 2.4M is the number of people within the metro region, not even the urban area, which has under 2M. And Hamburg (which actually has 2.48 an not 2.88M in its urban area) is a bigger city than Munich but has a smaller urban area than Munich (2.60M). I'm not completely sure I'm right, but I think something got mixed up here.