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Top 56 Biggest Cities in Massachusetts

Can you guess the top 56 biggest (and only) cities in Massachusetts?
According to the 2019 Estimate
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City
Population
1
Boston
692,600
2
Worcester
185,428
3
Springfield
153,606
4
Cambridge
118,927
5
Lowell
110,997
6
Brockton
95,708
7
New Bedford
95,363
8
Quincy
94,470
9
Lynn
94,299
10
Fall River
89,541
11
Newton
88,414
12
Somerville
81,360
13
Lawrence
80,028
14
Framingham
74,416
15
Haverhill
64,014
16
Waltham
62,495
17
Malden
60,470
18
Weymouth
57,746
19
Taunton
57,464
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City
Population
20
Medford
57,341
21
Chicopee
55,126
22
Revere
53,073
23
Peabody
53,070
24
Methuen
50,706
25
Everett
46,451
26
Attleboro
45,237
27
Barnstable
44,477
28
Salem
43,226
29
Beverly
42,174
30
Pittsfield
42,142
31
Leominster
41,716
32
Westfield
41,204
33
Fitchburg
40,638
34
Woburn
40,228
35
Holyoke
40,117
36
Chelsea
39,690
37
Marlborough
39,597
38
Braintree
37,190
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City
Population
39
Watertown
35,939
40
Randolph
34,362
41
Franklin
34,087
42
Gloucester
30,430
43
Agawam
28,613
44
West Springfield
28,517
45
Northampton
28,451
46
Melrose
28,016
47
Bridgewater
27,619
48
Gardner
20,638
49
Winthrop
18,544
50
Newburyport
18,289
51
Amesbury
17,352
52
Greenfield
17,258
53
Southbridge
16,878
54
Easthampton
15,829
55
North Adams
12,730
56
Palmer Town
12,232
1 Comments
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Level 45
Jan 1, 2024
There is no real difference between cities and towns in New England. Both are incorporated municipalities, the only difference being whether the community has a mayor-council or town meeting-selectmen form of government. There are some places that call themselves "towns" while legally being a "city" because they switched from a board of selectmen to city council but wanted to keep up the image of being a quiet town.