10 Westernmost Major Cities in Europe

Name the 10 westernmost cities with a metro population of at least 1 million people in Europe.
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Last updated: July 13, 2017
First submittedJuly 13, 2017
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Longitude
City
9°8'W
Lisbon
8°37′W
Porto
6°16′W
Dublin
5°59′W
Seville
4°25′W
Málaga
Longitude
City
4°16'W
Glasgow
3°43′W
Madrid
2°59′W
Liverpool
2°14′W
Manchester
1°54'W
Birmingham
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Level 70
Aug 8, 2017
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Level 70
Dec 3, 2017
Like geography quizzes try geography one here it is
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Level 81
Aug 17, 2017
I surprised myself. Got them all!
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Level 58
Aug 18, 2017
Seville and Malaga don't have 1 million for population.
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Level 54
Aug 22, 2017
Glasgow nether but, this is about the area, so that's work
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Level 70
Dec 3, 2017
Cardiff metropolitan area is 1,100,000 at present.
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Level 44
Aug 29, 2019
Yeah they do
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Level 65
Dec 3, 2017
Liverpool does not even have half a million inhabitants, and with the urban area around it not even 900,000...
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Level 31
Dec 3, 2017
I didn't think Glasgow had that many. Was gonna put it but then thought nah not worth it lol.
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Level 45
Dec 3, 2017
Wow, really surprised me. I tried typing in London. Didn't work. These must be really western cities.
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Level 55
Dec 3, 2017
The prime meridian runs right through London (Greenwich) by definition, so it sits at roughly 0 degrees East/West
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Level 73
Jan 3, 2021
London has an average longitude of about 0.12° W.
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Level 64
Dec 3, 2017
Wow, that's a lot of time.
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Level 79
Dec 3, 2017
I took far too long to recall Iberia existed.
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Level 63
Dec 4, 2017
Need a source for these. If you are defining Liverpool as >1m then so are Bristol and Cardiff.
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Level 67
Dec 4, 2017
Interesting that no source is provided. I hadn't noticed until you pointed that out.
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Level 54
Dec 17, 2017
Usually citypopulation.de is used as a source for this kind of quizzes. It gives (rounded to thousands, 2016 estimate):

Liverpool 1,652,000

Bristol 797,000

Cardiff 593,000

A few more cities that were far enough west but too small:

Edinburgh 701,000

Belfast 588,000

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Level 67
Oct 3, 2019
wow I did not expect seville to be higher than glasgow, liverpool and birmingham! sevilla and malaga were the only ones I didnt get.
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Level 66
Apr 11, 2020
Higher? They're further west.
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Level 73
Jan 3, 2021
Managed to get all with 1:40 remaining, but quite surprised London isn't here!