Largest metropolitan areas in the world north of 45°N

Name the largest metropolitan areas in the world (with more than 2 million inhabitants) north of 45°N (Closer to the North Pole than the Equator!) Many will be surprised by the last one!
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Last updated: June 18, 2014
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59°56'00''
St. Petersburg
5,131,000
59°19'46''
Stockholm
2,127,000
55°45'00''
Moscow
11,844,000
53°54'00''
Minsk
2,101,000
53°47'59''
Leeds
2,059,000
53°33'55''
Hamburg
2,556,000
53°29'00''
Manchester
2,637,000
52°31'00''
Berlin
4,272,000
52°28'59''
Birmingham
2,697,000
52°14'00''
Warsaw
2,666,000
51°30'26''
London
11,140,000
51°27'03''
The Ruhr
4,492,000
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50°15'35''
Katowice
2,775,000
50°27'00''
Kiev
2,847,000
49°25'00''
Vancouver
2,443,000
48°51'24''
Paris
10,516,000
48°12'00''
Vienna
2,419,000
48°08'00''
Munich
2,078,000
47°36'35''
Seattle
3,610,000
47°29'33''
Budapest
2,551,000
45°45'00''
Harbin
6,705,000
45°31'12''
Portland
2,315,000
45°30'00''
Montreal
3,982,000
45°27'45''
Milan
4,575,000
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Level 73
Jun 18, 2014
Excuse guessing Milan. I'm surprised Amsterdam is not there
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Level 28
Jun 19, 2014
It's just a problem of sources: in most of the cases Amsterdam metropolitan area is described as having less than 2 million inhabitants, except when the randstadt is considered.