City Mayors ranks the world’s largest and richest cities and urban areas. It also ranks the cities in individual countries, and provides a list of the capital cities of some 200 sovereign countries



FRONT PAGE
SiteSearch
About us
Directories


Capital cities
Urban population growth from now to 2030
World's largest cities
and their mayors 2010

World's largest cities 2007
Largest cities in the world
Largest urban areas
Richest cities in the world
Largest European cities
Largest US cities
Largest Canadian cities
Largest Brazilian cities
Largest German cities
Largest French cities
Largest French urban areas
Largest UK cities
Largest Italian cities
Largest Spanish cities
Largest Indian cities
Largest Japanese cities
Top US eCities
Top European eCities
Directories


City Mayors reports news from towns and cities around the world. Worldwide | Elections | North America | Latin America | Europe | Asia | Africa | Events |


Mayors from The Americas, Europe. Asia, Australia and Africa are competing for the annual World Mayor Award. More


City Mayors ranks the world’s largest as well as richest cities and urban areas. It also ranks the cities in individual countries, and provides a list of the capital cities of some 200 sovereign countries. More


City Mayors lists and features urban events, conferences and conventions aimed at urban decision makers and those with an interst in cities worldwide. More


City Mayors reports political events, analyses the issues and depicts the main players. More


City Mayors describes and explains the structures and workings of local government in Europe, The Americas, Asia, Australia and Africa. More


City Mayors profiles city leaders from around the world and questions them about their achievements, policies and aims. More


City Mayors deals with economic and investment issues affecting towns and cities. More


City Mayors reports on how business developments impact on cities and examines cooperation between cities and the private sector. More


City Mayors describes and explains financial issues affecting local government. More


City Mayors reports urban environmental developments and examines the challenges faced by cities worldwide. More


City Mayors reports on and discusses urban development issues in developed and developing countries. More


City Mayors reports on developments in urban society and behaviour and reviews relevant research. More


City Mayors deals with urban transport issues in developed and developing countries and features the world’s greatest metro systems. More


City Mayors examines education issues and policies affecting children and adults in urban areas. More


City Mayors investigates health issues affecting urban areas with an emphasis on health in cities in developing countries. More


City Mayors examines the contributions history and culture make to urban society and environment. More


City Mayors describes the history, architecture and politics of the greatest city halls in the world. More


City Mayors invites readers to write short stories about people in cities around the world. More


City Mayors questions those who govern the world’s cities and talks to men and women who contribute to urban society and environment. More


City Mayors profiles national and international organisations representing cities as well as those dealing with urban issues. More


City Mayors reports on major national and international sporting events and their impact on cities. More


City Mayors lists cities and city organisations, profiles individual mayors and provides information on hundreds of urban events. More

The world's largest cities
Cities ranked 201 to 300

Capital letters denote country capital cities. Our tables provide 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. Greater urban areas are described and ranked on separate pages.

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 |


LARGEST CITIES
Cities ranked 1 to 100 | Cities ranked 101 to 200 | Cities ranked 201 to 300
| Ranking of urban areas | Urban slums | Capital cities | Europe's 500 largest cities |

LARGEST CITIES RANKED BY LAND AREA, POPULATION AND DENSITY
Introduction & methodology
Land area:
Cities ranked 1 to 125 | Cities ranked 126 to 250 |
Population:
Cities ranked 1 to 125 | Cities ranked 126 to 250 |
Population density:
Cities ranked 1 to 125 | Cities ranked 126 to 250 |


LARGEST URBAN AREAS:
Introduction
In 2006: Urban areas ranked 1 to 100 | Urban areas ranked 101 to 200 | Urban areas ranked 201 to 300 | Urban areas ranked 301 to 400 |
In 2020: Urban areas ranked 1 to 100 | Urban areas ranked 101 to 200 | Urban areas ranked 201 to 300 | Urban areas ranked 301 to 400 |

FASTEST GROWING URBAN AREAS:
Urban areas ranked 1 to 100 | Urban areas ranked 101 to 200 | Urban areas ranked 201 to 300 |

ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF URBAN AREAS:
Urban areas A to D | Urban areas E to L | Urban areas M to R | Urban areas S to Z |

RICHEST CITIES BY GDP
Introduction | 150 richest cities in 2005 | 150 richest cities in 2020 | Europe's richest cities |

RICHEST CITIES BY PERSONAL EARNINGS
70 richest cities


Cities ranked 201 to 300
Rank City Country Population
201 RABAT Morocco 1,220,000
202 Wulumuqi China 1,217,000
203 Luoyang China 1,202,000
204 Belém Brazil 1,200,000
205 Multan Pakistan 1,197,000
206 München (Munich) Germany 1,194,000
207 PRAHA (Prague) Czech Republic 1,193,000
208 HARARE Zimbabwe 1,189,000
209 Dallas (TX) USA 1,188,000
210 Probolinggo Indonesia 1,174,000
211 Magelang Indonesia 1,173,000
212 Hyderabad Pakistan 1,166,000
213 Samara Russia 1,164,000
214 Nanning China 1,163,000
215 Dongtai China 1,162,000
216 Córdoba Argentina 1,157,000
217 Heze China 1,154,000
218 Ujung Pandang Indonesia 1,153,000
219 Omsk Russia 1,153,000
220 Handan China 1,151,000
221 Weifang China 1,151,000
222 AMMAN Jordan 1,147,000
223 MANAGUA Nicaragua 1,147,000
224 KUALA LUMPUR Malaysia 1,145,000
225 San Antonio (TX) USA 1,144,000
226 Ningbo China 1,142,000
227 SOFIA Bulgaria 1,138,000
228 Qidong China 1,136,000
229 Guarulhos Brazil 1,134,000
230 Huaian China 1,132,000
231 Gujranwala Pakistan 1,132,000
232 Xiaoshan China 1,130,000
233 Almaty Kazakhstan 1,129,000
234 Hiroshima Japan 1,126,000
235 La Matanza Argentina 1,120,000
236 Leiyang China 1,112,000
237 Hefei China 1,110,000
238 Jiangyin China 1,108,000
239 Dnepropetrovsk Ukraine 1,108,000
240 Laiwu China 1,105,000
241 Pikine-Guediawaye Senegal 1,096,000
242 Pakalongan Indonesia 1,093,000
243 Adelaide Australia 1,092,000
244 Indore India 1,091,000
245 Kazan Russia 1,091,000
246 Fengcheng China 1,090,000
247 Ufa Russia 1,087,000
248 Chelyabinsk Russia 1,084,000
249 Suqian China 1,076,000
250 Yixing China 1,074,000
251 HANOI Vietnam 1,073,000
252 Goiânia Brazil 1,073,000
253 Yuzhou China 1,072,000
254 Leshan China 1,070,000
255 Monterrey Mexico 1,069,000
256 Bursa Turkey 1,066,000
257 Macheng China 1,062,000
258 Bhopal India 1,062,000
259 Vadodara India 1,061,000
260 Lagos Nigeria 1,060,000
261 Shiraz Iran 1,053,000
262 Donetsk Ukraine 1,050,000
263 Ruian China 1,046,000
264 Napoli (Naples) Italy 1,046,000
265 Jingmen China 1,042,000
266 Ludhiana India 1,042,000
267 Adana Turkey 1,041,000
268 Tianshui China 1,039,000
269 Changshu China 1,036,000
270 Haicheng China 1,036,000
271 Zhucheng China 1,030,000
272 Huzhou China 1,027,000
273 Rizhao China 1,027,000
274 Daqing China 1,025,000
275 Dingzhou China 1,024,000
276 Caloocan Philippines 1,023,000
277 Birmingham UK 1,020,000
278 Fulin China 1,018,000
279 Jimo China 1,018,000
280 Montréal Canada 1,016,000
281 MAPUTO Mozambique 1,015,000
282 Kalyan India 1,014,000
283 Perm Russia 1,014,000
284 Wuxi China 1,013,000
285 Kitakyushu Japan 1,011,000
286 Sendai Japan 1,008,000
287 Davao Philippines 1,008,000
288 Pueblade Zaragoza Mexico 1,007,000
289 Lianyuan China 1,006,000
290 GUATEMALA CITY Guatemala 1,006,000
291 Qinzhou China 1,005,000
292 Rostov-na-Donu (Rostov) Russia 1,003,000
293 Odessa Ukraine 1,002,000
294 Wafangdian China 1,001,000
295 PHNOM PENH Cambodia 999,000
296 Volgograd Russia 992,000
297 PORT-AU-PRINCE Haiti 990,000
298 Chifeng China 987,000
299 Gongzhuling China 987,000
300 Detroit (MI) USA 951,000

Introduction| Cities ranked 1 to 100 | Cities ranked 101 to 200 | Cities ranked 201 to 300 | World's largest urban areas | Ranking of urban areas | Urban slums | Capital cities |



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