World Map 30 X 32 Puzzle - 1 Million Cities by Longitude

Type a city whose urban agglomeration holds at least 1 million people to fill in its longitude block. Blocks with no cities are shown at the start.
List of cities taken from - to learn the 250 largest ones try this quiz
City latitudes and longitudes from
A big thanks to Quizzer6794 for teaching me how to avoid horizontal gaps between pieces, eg see his US State Picture Puzzle Game #3... does anyone know how to remove vertical lines too?!
Quiz by scambigol
Last updated: March 17, 2016
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First submittedMarch 17, 2016
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Level 76
Mar 17, 2016
Great quiz, but I was a bit confused because there were 3 wide bands at the end while it told me I had 25/26. It turned out that Honolulu, the furthest left band but invisible before you chose it, was the final one.
Level 76
Mar 17, 2016
this wasn't deliberate but when I realized this extra-difficulty I thought it'd be a "trick answer" (I wouldn't know how to fix it anyway) - thanks for your comment!
Level 66
Mar 17, 2016
Perhaps a latitude quiz would be easier?
Level 76
Mar 18, 2016
latitude version is here by latitude
Level 47
Mar 17, 2016
I get Honolulu (in last few seconds) but miss a USA-Mexico stripe and also a Russia-Oman one.
Level 56
May 4, 2016
not enough time
Level 70
Oct 1, 2017
Shouldn't London fill in two stripes? The Greenwich mean line is defined to go through it.
Level 76
Oct 1, 2017
for each city a single point is considered