Five Biggest Cities by Region

I give you a region, and you name the five largest cities by city proper population.
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Last updated: August 25, 2015
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California
Los Angeles
San Diego
San Jose
San Francisco
Fresno
 
Honshu Island
Tokyo
Yokohama
Osaka
Nagoya
Kobe
Mediterranean
Istanbul
Alexandria
Rome
Barcelona
Naples
 
US East Coast
New York City
Philadelphia
Charlotte
Washington
Boston
Mainland Southeast Asia
Ho Chi Minh City
Hanoi
Bangkok
Phnom Penh
Haiphong
 
Korean Peninsula
Seoul
Busan
Incheon
Daegu
Pyongyang
Danube Basin
Vienna
Bucharest
Budapest
Munich
Sofia
 
Andes
Bogotá
Santiago
Quito
Medellín
Cali
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Level 35
Aug 25, 2015
Where is Athens? Athens has a population of 3.75 million people.
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Level 67
Aug 25, 2015
The area does, but the city proper is only like 650,000.
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Level 81
Aug 25, 2015
Charlotte is 150 miles from the sea, while Cairo is about 100 miles from the sea. So why does the former count under "US East COAST" (emphasis added), while the latter doesn't count for "Mediterranean"?
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Level 67
Aug 25, 2015
Nice quiz, but Charlotte should be replaced with Jacksonville, which is not only more populous but actually on the east coast. Yangon, at 5.21 million people, should replace Phnom Penh (1.5 million) in the Mainland Southeast Asia column.
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Level 46
Sep 7, 2015
Very nice quiz, relessness! I have a question - how are the Danube Basin countries defined? How vast is the Danube Basin. I live in Sofia and I did not guess it as it is quite far from the Danube. Bucharest and Munich are far too.

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