Biggest Cities by the Baltic Sea with Exceptions

Name the biggest cities that are NOT capital cities of a country that are situated by the Baltic sea
Population within city limits, no suburban or metropolitan areas
According to Wikipedia
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Population
#
City
5,323,300
RU
Saint Petersburg
463,754
PO
Gdansk
448,548
RU
Kaliningrad
405,657
PO
Szczecin
341,457
SW
Malmö
283 944
FI
Espoo
247,799
PO
Gdynia
247,441
GE
Kiel
Population
#
City
216,712
GE
Lübeck
207,513
GE
Rostock
203 623
FI
Oulu
191 664
FI
Turku
148,908
LI
Klaipeda
142,793
SW
Helsingborg
137,326
SW
Norrköping
124,257
PO
Elbląg
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Level 70
Jan 4, 2018
Vantaa doesn't touch the Baltic Sea anymore, does it?
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Level 52
Feb 4, 2019
No it doesn't since a couple of parts were connected to Helsinki ten years ago.
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Level 80
Jan 4, 2018
Isn't Gothenburg on the North Sea not the Baltic Sea?
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Level 49
Feb 4, 2019
The population for Oulu seems very outdated, the city proper alone has over 200 000 residents as of 2019.
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Level 62
Feb 4, 2019
Updated! The cities that lost their Baltic see privileges are removed.
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Level 49
Feb 6, 2019
The problem with including/not including gothenburg is that some people and languages see it as being part of Baltic Sea, some being part of North Sea. You should maybe say that Gothenburg doesnt count in this quiz.
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Level 62
Apr 1, 2020
This is not a question of language, but geography.