Biggest Cities Outside the Tropics

Name the 30 largest world cities that are either north of the Tropic of Cancer (23°26′12.8″N) or south of the Tropic of Capricorn (23°26′12.8″S).
By urban agglomeration population according to citypopulation.de
Cities must be entirely outside the tropics in order to count.
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Last updated: February 14, 2019
First submittedJuly 10, 2018
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Population
Latitude
City
40,200,000
35°41′N
Tokyo
35,900,000
31°13′N
Shanghai
29,400,000
28°36′N
Delhi
24,700,000
37°34′N
Seoul
22,400,000
40°42′N
New York
20,500,000
30°2′N
Cairo
20,400,000
39°55′N
Beijing
19,500,000
23°42′N
Dhaka
17,800,000
34°03′N
Los Angeles
17,700,000
34°41′N
Osaka
17,300,000
24°51′N
Karachi
17,000,000
55°45′N
Moscow
16,300,000
34°36′S
Buenos Aires
15,800,000
41°00′N
Istanbul
15,000,000
35°41′N
Tehran
14,700,000
51°30′N
London
13,700,000
26°12′S
Johannesburg
13,200,000
39°08′N
Tianjin
12,600,000
31°32′N
Lahore
11,400,000
48°51′N
Paris
Population
Latitude
City
10,500,000
35°11′N
Nagoya
9,900,000
24°28′N
Xiamen
9,800,000
30°39′N
Chengdu
9,750,000
41°50′N
Chicago
9,100,000
25°04′N
Taipei
8,850,000
30°35′N
Wuhan
8,550,000
38°54′N
Washington
8,300,000
30°15′N
Hangzhou
8,050,000
29°33′N
Chongqing
7,900,000
41°48'N
Shenyang
7,850,000
37°47′N
San Francisco
7,750,000
24°38′N
Riyadh
7,650,000
42°21′N
Boston
7,350,000
39°57′N
Philadelphia
7,350,000
43°44′N
Toronto
7,200,000
33°27′S
Santiago
7,100,000
32°47′N
Dallas
6,850,000
33°20′N
Baghdad
6,800,000
34°15′N
Xi'an
6,700,000
32°03′N
Nanjing
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Level 82
Jul 10, 2018
São Paulo came very, very close, but the Tropic of Capricorn does run through the northern part of the city.
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Level 82
Feb 14, 2019
Updated for 2019 data. Basically just minor changes. I also added the latitude column.