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Old Posted Jul 23, 2014, 12:30 PM
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Yearly update of the comparison between Hamburg, Lyon, Lille, Toulouse, and Bordeaux, this time based on the final figures from the 2011 French and German censuses. The population of Hamburg has been significantly revised down by the German census.

This year I've been able to add Munich, thanks to very detailed land area and population figures now available online for the communes (municipalities) and commune-free forest areas of Bavaria.

And the 2nd largest city of Germany is....

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What about Frankfurt and Stuttgart ?
These 2 cities are supposed to have a similar size of urbanized area
compared to Munich/ Hamburg...
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How did Munich surpass Hamburg? Munich has around 1.3-1.4 million residents.

It's been growing in recent years, but no way did it add 300,000 residents unless it annexed a huge area.
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What about Frankfurt and Stuttgart ?
These 2 cities are supposed to have a similar size of urbanized area
compared to Munich/ Hamburg...
A quick look shows that Stuttgart should have less than 1,350,000 inhabitants in 755 km². Frankfurt should also have less than 1,350,000 inhabitants in its 755 km².

In the Ruhr: Essen, Bochum, Herne, Herten, Gelsenkirchen, Gladbeck, Oberhausen, and Mülheim an der Ruhr together have 1,853,649 inhabitants in 754 km².

Cologne should have less than 1,550,000 inhabitants in its 755 km².

Düsseldorf has 1,240,000 inhabitants in its 755 km².
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Aha, I see what you're doing now. So you're just comparing roughly equivalent geographies.
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