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Biggest Two-Word City by Country: Europe

For each country, name the biggest city that has a two-word name. Abbreviations of words count as words. Hyphenated city names (eg. Fier-Çifçi) don't count.
Warning: This quiz is difficult and a few of the answers are nearly impossible.
Source: population.mongabay.com
Quiz by Macaco
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Last updated: June 10, 2016
First submittedJune 10, 2016
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Country
City
Albania
Patos Fshat
Andorra
Les Escaldes
Austria
Sankt Pölten
Belarus
Novoye Medvezhino
Belgium
La Louvière
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Banja Luka
Bulgaria
Stara Zagora
Croatia
Slavonski Brod
Czech Republic
Ceske Budejovice
Denmark
Nykøbing Falster
Estonia
Myza Rya
France
Le Havre
Germany
Bergisch Gladbach
Greece
Nea Smyrni
Country
City
Hungary
Vértessomló Üdülõfalu
Ireland
Dún Laoghaire
Italy
Reggio Calabria
Kosovo
Suva Reka
Latvia
Kara Osta
Lithuania
Naujoji Akmene
Macedonia
Centar Zupa
Malta
Saint John
Moldova
Bilicenii Vechi
Montenegro
Bijelo Polje
Netherlands
The Hague
Norway
Indre Arna
Poland
Ruda Slaska
Portugal
Rio Tinto
Country
City
Romania
Baia Mare
Russia
Saint Petersburg
San Marino
San Marino
Serbia
Novi Sad
Slovakia
Banská Bystrica
Slovenia
Novo Mesto
Spain
A Coruña
Sweden
Upplands Väsby
Switzerland
St. Gallen
Ukraine
Kryvyi Rih
United Kingdom
Milton Keynes
Vatican City
Vatican City
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level 77
Jun 10, 2016
Neue Neustadt is (1) a district within a city, not a city itself, and (2) not spelled with two "d"s.
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level 77
Jun 10, 2016
Not to mention (3) smaller than Bergisch Gladbach (for example).
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level 44
Jun 10, 2016
Fixed
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level 50
Oct 22, 2017
Very difficult but fun to try. I got 4 correct.