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Europe's largest cities
Cities ranked 101 to 200

Capital letters denote country capital cities. This table provides population figures for cities with legally defined boundaries, with recognised urban status and with its own local government. The figures do not take into account suburban settlements or other heavily populated areas outside city boundaries. Some of the population figures for smaller towns in the United Kingdom include neighbouring rural areas if they and the towns share local government.

Introduction to European cities | European cities ranked 1 to 100 | European cities ranked 101 to 200 | European cities ranked 201 to 300 | European cities ranked 301 to 400 | European cities ranked 401 to 500 | The world's 300 largest cities | The world's largest urban areas | Urban slums | The world's capital cities |

Rank
City
Country
Population
101
Mariupol Ukraine
491,000
102
Leipzig Germany
490,000
103
Nürnberg (Nuremberg) Germany
487,000
104
Bradford UK
483,000
105
Astrakhan Russia
482,000
106
DUBLIN Ireland
482,000
107
Tomsk Russia
481,000
108
Dresden Germany
477,000
109
Gomel Belarus
475,000
110
Liverpool UK
468,000
111
Antwerpen (Anvers) Belgium
468,000
112
Lugansk Ukraine
467,000
113
Kirov Russia
466,000
114
Göteborg (Gothenburg) Sweden
462,000
115
Cheboksary Russia
459,000
116
Ivanovo Russia
459,000
117
Gdansk (Danzig) Poland
458,000
118
Bryansk Russia
455,000
119
Tver Russia
451,000
120
Edinburgh UK
449,000
121
BRATISLAVA Slovak Republic
449,000
122
s-Gravenhage Netherlands
441,000
123
Kursk Russia
440,000
124
Manchester UK
431,000
125
SKOPLJE Macedonia
430,000
126
Magnitogorsk Russia
427,000
127
Kaliningrad Russia
425,000
128
TALLINN Estonia
418,000
129
Szczecin Poland
417,000
130
Lyon France
415,000
131
Kaunas Lithuania
414,000
132
Bristol UK
400,000
133
Nizhny Tagil Russia
393,000
134
Bochum Germany
393,000
135
Kirklees UK
389,000
136
Makeyevka Ukraine
388,000
137
Bydgoszcz Poland
387,000
138
Bologna Italy
386,000
139
Brno Czech Republic
385,000
140
Vinnutsya Ukraine
383,000
141
Firenze Italy
382,000
142
Murmansk Russia
379,000
143
Ulan-Ude Russia
370,000
144
Wuppertal Germany
369,000
145
Arkhangelsk Russia
365,000
146
Kurgan Russia
364,000
147
Toulouse France
359,000
148
Lublin Poland
356,000
149
Mogilev Belarus
356,000
150
Kherson Ukraine
354,000
151
Las Palmas Spain
354,000
152
Smolensk Russia
351,000
153
Bilbao Spain
351,000
154
Sevastopol Ukraine
350,000
155
Murcia Spain
350,000
156
Fife UK
349,000
157
Iasi Romania
348,000
158
Katowice Poland
344,000
159
Nice France
343,000
160
Stavropol Russia
342,000
161
Constanta Romania
342,000
162
Orel Russia
342,000
163
Catania Italy
341,000
164
Vitebsk Belarus
340,000
165
Kaluga Russia
339,000
166
Belgorod Russia
338,000
167
Zürich Switzerland
337,000
168
Simferopol Ukraine
337,000
169
Bari Italy
335,000
170
Vladimir Russia
335,000
171
Sochi Russia
334,000
172
Cluj-Napoca Romania
332,000
173
Makhachkala Russia
331,000
174
Galati Romania
330,000
175
Wirral UK
329,000
176
North Lanarkshire UK
325,000
177
Timisoara Romania
324,000
178
Cherepovets Russia
323,000
179
Ostrava Czech Republic
322,000
180
Bielefeld Germany
321,000
181
Wakefield UK
317,000
182
Valladolid Spain
317,000
183
Saransk Russia
316,000
184
Cardiff UK
315,000
185
Brasov Romania
314,000
186
Craiova Romania
313,000
187
Poltava Ukraine
313,000
188
Tambov Russia
312,000
189
Dudley UK
312,000
190
Wigan UK
310,000
191
Chita Russia
309,000
192
Vladikavkaz Russia
309,000
193
East Riding of Yorkshire UK
308,000
194
Cherkassy Ukraine
308,000
195
Mannheim Germany
307,000
196
Córdoba Spain
307,000
197
South Lanarkshire UK
307,000
198
Chernigov Ukraine
307,000
199
Coventry UK
306,000
200
Gorlovka Ukraine
303,000


Introduction to European cities | European cities ranked 1 to 100 | European cities ranked 101 to 200 | European cities ranked 201 to 300 | European cities ranked 301 to 400 | European cities ranked 401 to 500 | The world's 300 largest cities | The world's largest urban areas | Urban slums | The world's capital cities |

THE LARGEST CITIES IN THE WORLD AND THEIR MAYORS 2010
Introduction
Cities by size: 1 to 150 | 151 to 300 | 301 to 450 | 451 to 550 |
Cities in alphabetical order: A to D | E to L | M to R | S to Z |
Cities by countries: A to D | E to L | M to R | S to Z |




Mayors with exceptional courage, compassion and competence sought for the 2016 World Mayor Prize
The 2016 World Mayor Prize and Commendations will be awarded to mayors who have accepted and successfully managed the challenges posed by migration but are also convinced of its longterm benefits. They will be leading a city where past and/or more recent immigrants have contributed to the city’s society, economy and culture. The City Mayors Foundation will also consider mayors for the honours whose communities has shown exceptional resilience during the recent arrivals from disaster-torn regions of the world.

If you are convinced, like us, that the world’s cities have greatly benefited from immigrants, whose perseverance in the face of hardship and often prejudice has created the civic societies that we value and enjoy today, we invite you to nominate a mayor for the 2016 World Mayor Prize.

At a time when there are some 60 million refugees worldwide, mayors to be considered for the World Mayor honours will need to have shown exceptional compassion, courage and competence. Compassion for people who have travelled great distances to find safety. Courage to fight prejudice even in the face of unpopularity. Competence to leverage the value and potential each person offers society.

By taking part in this year’s World Mayor Project you are also voicing your support for all those cities that have had to bear the brunt of the recent influx of migrants and refugees.

Previous winners and runners-up include the mayors of Calgary, Ghent, Bilbao, Perth, Mexico City, Oklahoma City, Cape Town, Zurich, Melbourne, Amsterdam, Athens, Mississauga and Tirana. The World Mayor Project aims to show what outstanding mayors can achieve and raise their profiles nationally and internationally.

PLEASE NOMINATE YOUR CHOICE OF MAYOR NOW