Largest cities in AIN

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AIN's Largest Metropolitan Areas

Serika, Nakama
Liberators City, Atlantic Federation
Okatabawashi City, Okatabawashi

This article ranks the world's largest cities among AIN member states, in population or land area, using a variety of ranking methods. The question of determining the world's largest cities does not allow a single, simple answer. It depends on which definitions of "city" and "size" are used, and how those definitions are applied. Complex political/cultural/social situations, sometimes controversial or disputed, further confuse the discussion. Debate on this field is highly vulnerable to bias or manipulation, as people tend to prefer whichever definition most flatters their own city. The "size" of a city can refer to either its land area or, more typically, its population. Below are the most favored ranking types and a historical record of the largest cities in AIN.

Metropolitan area

One concept which measures the world's largest cities is that of the metropolitan area, which is based on the concept of a labor market area and is typically defined as an employment core (an area with a high density of available jobs) and the surrounding areas that have strong commuting ties to the core. There is currently no generally accepted, globally consistent definition of exactly what constitutes a metropolitan area, thus making comparisons between cities in different countries especially difficult. However, for consistency, the sources on this article include official figures from governments only.

As an alternative to metropolitan area, Eurostat introduced the concept of the Larger Urban Zone in 2004. Similarly, OECD defines Functional Urban Areas for cities in OECD countries. Both Larger Urban Zone and Functional Urban Area define a city as an urban core surrounded by a commuting zone. This is similar to the metropolitan area definition. However, Larger Urban Zones and Functional Urban Areas are perhaps better metrics for comparing cities in different countries given that, unlike metropolitan area, a common methodology is applied.

National Capitals are in italics.

List excludes and city below 500,000 population, thus member states such as Freiga are excluded from the list.

This is an incomplete list, which may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries. Please observe the definition of the list when adding or editing entries. Note this list is for metropolitan area population only.

Rank Metropolitan area Country Population Area (km2) Population density (persons/km2)
1 Serika  Nakama 28,174,482 15,415 1,828
2 Liberators City  Atlantic Federation 24,325,000
3 Okatabawashi City  Okatabawashi 18,475,831 4,536 4,073
4 Meriah  Karasem 17,123,493 3,229 5,300
5 Matsukawa  Nakama 13,187,394 11,708 1,126
6 Greater Kaijo Area  Teiko 12,519,067 5,803.59 2,157
7 Cibebek-Kota Baru  Karasem 11,271,420 2,750 4,100
8 Shinko  Nakama 10,239,206 5,246 1,571
9 Archades  Ascadylea 10,185,420
10 Mingxun HongPur  Okatabawashi 9,455,650
11 San Foca  Siculia 8,878,210
12 Nova Taranto  Siculia 7,965,000
13 Renagawa  Okatabawashi 7,698,255
14 Hong Kong  Okatabawashi 7,061,200
15 Solando  Corraile 6,772,308
16 Miami  Carolina 6,654,565
17 Atlanta  Carolina 6,365,108
18 Illium City  Illium 6,150,000
19 Nyhaven  Lower Columbia 6,036,489 14,550 480
20 Nacala  Zambezi 5,203,827
21 Galiston  Atlantic Federation 5,120,952
22 Ramakazawa  Teiko 5,077,719 7,405.26 686
23 Shingwa  Okatabawashi 4,688,560
24 Bayonne la Vella  Carolina 4,602,591
25 Atlantis  Atlantic Federation 4,456,872
26 Triton  Illium 4,137,432
27 Tasbury  New Duveland 4,001,325 9,194 397
28 Shizuya  Nakama 3,855,930 2,841 1,357
29 Nova Olympya  Ascadylea 3,854,120
30 Rothau  Illium 3,802,625
31 Esperance  New Duveland 3,201,330
32 New Dallas  Illium 3,330,000
33 Shuto City  Okatabawashi 3,324,330
34 Centreburg  Corraile 3,220,918 13,654 235.88
35 Porto  Atlantic Federation 3,200,541
36 Liaoshen  Okatabawashi 3,124,610
37 Orlando  Carolina 3,110,906
38 Savanne  Carolina 3,110,905
39 Amerion  Atlantic Federation 3,100,455
40 Sassechussetts  Ascadylea 2,999, 852
41 Tampa-St. Petersburg  Carolina 2,975,225
42 Cannich  Illium 2,912,726
43 Wollongong  Calaré 2,909,296 4,253 684
44 Binghampton  Ascadylea 2,899,000
45 Kaizaki  Nakama 2,839,101 2,732 1,039
46 Berghmann  Poemia 2,798,187
47 Mashikura  Nakama 2,691,032 2,289 1,176
48 New Lisbon  Atlantic Federation 2,605,445
49 Alianta  Atlantic Federation 2,590,502
50 Medang  Karasem 2,586,314
51 Charlotte  Carolina 2,583,956
52 Charleston  Carolina 2,557,062
53 Namiya  Nakama 2,528,017 1,473 1,716
54 Suzukake  Nakama 2,481,904 2,103 1,180
55 Capital Cities Region  Kingston and Boyce 2,462,491 1,890 1,302
56 Shongzhen  Okatabawashi 2,456,650
57 Stibbankoy  Wilfran and Rapha 2,372,693
58 Freedo  Corraile 2,309,882
59 Seattle  Lower Columbia 2,214,345
60 Aberdonia  Illium 2,209,178
61 Portland  Lower Columbia 2,194,730
62 Raleigh  Carolina 2,117,103
63 Port-de-Pierre  Atlantic Federation 2,100,563
64 Aluumen  Illium 2,074,222
65 Nouveau Paris  Illium 2,036,680
66 Leinster  New Duveland 2,016,039
67 Axyllion  Ascadylea 2,005,199
68 Joinville  Santa Catarina 1,967,528
69 Nashville  Carolina 1,951,644
70 Parque Avenue  Ascadylea 1,897,067
71 Derby  Jarraban 1,878,210
72 Eastern Cities Metropolitan Area  Kingston and Boyce 1,856,255 1,652 1,123
73 Ketapang  Karasem 1,787,932
74 Taranobres  Ascadylea 1,765,900
75 Shiromoto  Nakama 1,736,223 1,892 918
76 Kanazawa Metropolitan Area  Teiko 1,729,029 5,873.55 294
77 Greensboro  Carolina 1,642,506
78 Akamayu Metropolitan Area  Teiko 1,617,352 6,739.26 240
79 Wilhelmsville  Carolina 1,573,606
80 Andé  Illium 1,532,211
81 Akamayu Metropolitan Area  Teiko 1,617,352 6,739.26 240
82 Florince  Siculia 1,523,826
83 Eugene  Lower Columbia 1,479,017
84 Southern Cities District  Kingston and Boyce 1,472,699 1,584 930
85 La Guardia  Ascadylea 1,456,789
86 Toulon  New Duveland 1,448,460
87 Jennai  Cattala 1,441,335
88 Plymouth  New Duveland 1,397,969
89 Grienville  Carolina 1,384,996
90 Memphis  Carolina 1,369,548
91 Shangsha'An  Okatabawashi 1,345,500
92 Naha Metropolitan Area  Teiko 1,331,506 1,367.77 978
93 Vancor  Poemia 1,323,112
94 Birmingham  Carolina 1,309,818
95 Port Lantea  Neu Westfalen 1,261,595
96 Grandhavre  Acadia 1,260,353
97 Vancouver  Lower Columbia 1,245,991
98 Zhanggiang  Okatabawashi 1,231,566
99 Pemba  Zambezi 1,225,928
100 Rossano  Siculia 1,223,876
101 Berwick  Illium 1,209,827
102 Rhodesia  Ascadylea 1,209,675
103 Desterro  Santa Catarina 1,174,225
104 Aokuro Metropolitan Area  Teiko 1,163,222 2,669.56 436
105 Callia  Illium 1,120,000
106 Wong Tai  Okatabawashi 1,115,985
107 Mons  Acadia 1,113,366
108 Tacoma  Lower Columbia 1,110,635
109 Knoxville  Carolina 1,091,370
110 Dojimazaki Metropolitan Area  Teiko 1,080,757 1,809.35 597
111 Dalkeith  Illium 1,067,091
112 Marquesas  Ascadylea 1,065,345
113 Kaejan  Okatabawashi 1,056,788
114 Inaba  Okatabawashi 1,032,155
115 Villes-Royales  Acadia 1,014,389
116 Orenburg  Atlantic Federation 1,005,750
117 Dexon  Atlantic Federation 1,000,455
118 Bassenheim  Mikenstein 997,672
119 San Davide  Poemia 997,451
120 Colganston  Corraile 992,601
121 Cape Coral-Fort Myers  Carolina 977,720
122 Nij Heide  Carolina 976,372
123 Yuncheong  Okatabawashi 968,544
124 Chaozhen  Okatabawashi 950,469
125 Spokane  Lower Columbia 943,964
126 Chattanooga  Carolina 936,142
127 Port Ruppert  Kingston and Boyce 934,094 1,289.2 1,000
128 Fromental  Illium 926,918
129 Okehazama  Okatabawashi 923,556
130 North Port-Sarasota  Carolina 917,203
131 Columbia  Carolina 913,797
132 Naïowa  Okatabawashi 911,788
133 Kagoyo  Okatabawashi 895,456
134 Boise  Lower Columbia 893,380
135 Thessia  Illium 850,000
136 Puerto Levante  Poemia 848,000
137 Blumenau  Santa Catarina 835,005
138 Orange  Calaré 817,471 568 2,878.41
139 Macquarie  New Duveland 801,305
140 Lecce  Siculia 800,678
141 Hellin  Illium 800,475
142 Hong Chenjien  Okatabawashi 789,456
143 Wolfskreut  Mikenstein 784,685
144 Astoria  Lower Columbia 775,867
145 Evelstadt  Neu Westfalen 773,638
146 Portland  Kingston and Boyce 765,876 427.2 1,700
147 Reggio del Sul  Siculia 757,901
148 Eerikki  Illium 752,776
149 São José  Santa Catarina 696,927
150 Cascade  New Duveland 696,838
151 Huntsville  Carolina 679,743
152 Lumbo  Zambezi 676,928
153 Rochefort  Carolina 669,133
154 Shinagawa  Okatabawashi 649,555
155 Winston-Salem  Carolina 647,697
156 Calora  Cattala 643,245
157 Curitiba  Santa Catarina 642,362
158 Saint Amaro  Wilfran and Rapha 620,330
159 Highvale  Corraile 620,025
160 Lakeland  Carolina 616,158
161 Loisieux  New Duveland 614,199
162 Mobile  Carolina 604,726
163 Kelowna  Lower Columbia 603,781
164 Deltona  Carolina 595,309
165 Northfire City  Illium 590,000
165 Francesca Wilhelmina  Wilfran and Rapha 579,343
166 Augusta  Carolina 575,898
167 Val d'Or  Corraile 552,341
168 Palm Bay  Carolina 547,307
169 Fayetteville  Carolina 546,175
170 Jeux  Illium 532,627
171 Zenebach  Neu Westfalen 532,358
172 Durham  Carolina 522,826
173 Johnson City  Carolina 509,690
174 Loreto  Siculia 505,985
175 Port San Minato  Illium 502,830
176 Civitas de Mons  Illium 500,000
  • Nations missing from this list due to lack of data include: Marquette.

City proper

This lists the most populous cities in AIN defined according to a concept of city proper. A city proper is a locality defined according to legal or political boundaries and an administratively recognised urban status that is usually characterised by some form of local government. Cities proper and their boundaries and population data may not include suburbs.

World Urbanization Prospects, a UN publication, defines population of a city proper as "the population living within the administrative boundaries of a city or controlled directly from the city by a single authority." The book continues to say that "city proper as defined by administrative boundaries may not include suburban areas where an important proportion of the population working or studying in the city lives." This definition does not give an accurate picture of the urban area or metropolitan area of cities. Using this strictly administrative definition, many cities will be included on this list that are smaller than their urban area.

This is an incomplete list, which may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries. Please observe the definition of the list when adding or editing entries. Please limit the list up to cities with 1 million city proper population only.

Rank City Country Population Area (km2) Population Density (People/km2)
1 Liberators City  Atlantic Federation 18,060,060
2 Okatabawashi City  Okatabawashi 11,201,101
3 Serika  Nakama 10,478,952 2,182 4,802
4 Kaijo  Teiko 8,165,163 1,539.65 5,338
5 Greater Koi Metropolitan Area  New Duveland 5,200,741
6 Rakuzan  Teiko 4,211,632 1,556.08 2,707
7 Matsukawa  Nakama 2,719,426 254 10,706
8 Mizawa  Nakama 2,629,302 420 6,260
9 Shinko  Nakama 2,429,132 273 8,898
10 Yashi  Nakama 2,013,901 392 5,138
11 Hazaki  Nakama 1,920,123 493 3,895
12 Beika  Teiko 1,865,421 603.10 3093
13 Mashikura  Nakama 1,802,293 920 1,959
14 Grandhavre  Acadia 396,701
15 Mons  Acadia 305,667
16 St-Jean  Acadia 272,725
17 Frédérique  Acadia 204,660

Urban area

A city can be defined as a conditionally contiguous urban area, without regard to territorial or other boundaries inside an urban area. UNICEF defines urban area as follows:

The definition of "urban" varies from country to country, and, with periodic reclassification, can also vary within one country over time, making direct comparisons difficult. An urban area can be defined by one or more of the following: administrative criteria or political boundaries (e.g., area within the jurisdiction of a municipality or town committee), a threshold population size (where the minimum for an urban settlement is typically in the region of 2,000 people, although this varies globally between 200 and 50,000), population density, economic function (e.g., where a significant majority of the population is not primarily engaged in agriculture, or where there is surplus employment) or the presence of urban characteristics (e.g., paved streets, electric lighting, sewerage).
2017
Rank
City Country Population Area
(km2)
Density
(/km2)
1 Serika[1]  Nakama 35,581,499 27,930 1,260

Density

These cities must require a population greater then one million.


GDP

This is a list of cities and/or their metropolitan areas in AIN by GDP (PPP) and GDP (nominal.

Rank City/Metropolitan area Country Geographical
zone
Official est.
Nominal
GDP ($BN)
Official est.
PPP
GDP ($BN)
1 Greater Kaijo Area  Teiko East Asia 600.00 563.36

Largest AIN cities throughout history

This article lists the largest cities or urban areas by estimated population in history. Many of the figures are uncertain, especially in ancient times.

This is an incomplete list, which may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries. Please observe the definition of the list when adding or editing entries.

City Country Population Year at peak popualtion Notes
Shokei Namiyan Empire 200,000 14th century Although its barely documented by Taira Shogunate, Shokei was a major city of Namiyan Empire which located in southern Seijima Island.

Notes

  1. Includes large areas of Serika, Mizawa, Shimazaki and Sumida prefectures and small areas of Akatsuka, Asakura and Kitayama prefectures.