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List of European city regions

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List of European city regions

The following is a list of European city regions with more than one city in each region.

  • Oresund Region, population 3.5m, Copenhagen & Malmo
  • Dublin-Belfast corridor, population 3m, Dublin and Belfast
  • Cork-Limerick-Galway corridor, population 1m
  • Eurodistrict, population 1.8m
  • Offenburg Eurodistrict
  • Tricity, population 1 million, GdaƄsk, Gdynia and Sopot.
  • Alsace Eurodistrict
  • Moselle Eurodistrict
  • Weil am Rhein Eurodistrict
  • Padua, with a population of 1.3 million in its core and about 4 million in total
  • City Region of Amsterdam (1.406.500)
  • Rijnmond (1.337.004)
  • Haaglanden (1.017.425)
  • Samenwerkingsverband Regio Eindhoven (738.846)
  • Stadsregio Arnhem Nijmegen (733.432)
  • Netherlands - Bestuur Regio Utrecht (654.524)
  • Netherlands - Regio Twente (625.356)
  • Parkstad Limburg (252.332)
  • Leeds City Region, population 3m
  • Manchester City Region, population 3.2m
  • Sheffield City Region, population (1,819,500)
  • Central Scottish Belt, population 3.5m
  • United Kingdom - Liverpool City Region, Population 2.2m
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