Biggest European Regions by population

Guess the most populated first level administrative divisions of European Countries.
Answer accepted also in regions' own official language.
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Last updated: June 21, 2016
First submittedJune 21, 2016
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Pop. (mln.)
Country
Level
Region
17.7
Germany
Bundesland
North Rhine-Westphalia
14.5
Turkey
Province
Istanbul
12.6
Germany
Bundesland
Bavaria
12.1
Russia
Federal City
Moscow (city)
12.0
France
Région
Île-de-France
10.7
Germany
Bundesland
Baden-Württemberg
10.0
Italy
Regione
Lombardy
8.6
England (UK)
Region
South East
8.5
England (UK)
Region
Greater London
8.4
Spain
Autonomous Community
Andalusia
7.8
Germany
Bundesland
Lower Saxony
7.7
France
Région
Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes
7.5
Spain
Autonomous Community
Catalonia
7.1
Russia
Oblast
Moscow (oblast)
7.0
England (UK)
Region
North East
6.5
Spain
Autonomous Community
Community of Madrid
6.4
Belgium
Region / Community
Flemish Region
6.1
Germany
Bundesland
Hesse
6.0
France
Région
Hauts-de-France
5.9
Italy
Regione
Lazio
5.8
Italy
Regione
Campania
5.8
France
Région
Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes
5.8
England (UK)
Region
East of England
5.7
France
Région
Languedoc-Roussillon-Midi-Pyrénées
5.6
England (UK)
Region
West Midlands
5.5
France
Région
Grand-Est
5.4
Russia
Krai
Krasnodar
5.3
Poland
Voivodeship
Mazovia
5.2
England (UK)
Region
South West
5.2
England (UK)
Region
Yorkshire and the Humber
5.1
Italy
Regione
Sicily
5.1
Spain
Autonomous Community
Valencian Country
5.0
Russia
Federal City
Saint Petersburg
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Level 38
Dec 1, 2019
Interesting quizz but Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes and Languedoc-Roussillon-Midi-Pyrénées do not exist.

They are called "Nouvelle Aquitaine" (New Aquitaine) and "Occitanie" (Occitania).