England Largest Cities?


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The largest, or most populated city, in The United Kingdom is London (12,300,000 people).
Capital: London
Major Cities: London is the largest urban and metropolitan area. The City of Westminster, in central London, is the seat of government; 62 districts have larger populations than Westminster
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The top ten largest cities in the UK include London, Birmingham, Leeds, Glasgow, Sheffield, Bradford, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Manchester and Bristol. This categorization has been done on basis of population.
The largest city in England is London. The city overtook the city of Carlisle which had been the largest city in the country for some time. London is also the capital city of England with an area of about 1,570 square kilometers and a population of more than 7 million people.
London is the largest city in England and the UK. It has a population of over 7 million people and occupies land of over 620 square miles. It is also the capital of England and UK. It is not only the most populous city in England but also in the European Union.
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