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Germany Cities by Population


300 cities shown of 10596 total Germany cities that are over 1,000 in population...

1. Berlin 3,426,354
2. Hamburg 1,739,117
3. Muenchen 1,260,391
4. Koeln 963,395
5. Frankfurt am Main 650,000
6. Essen 593,085
7. Stuttgart 589,793
8. Dortmund 588,462
9. Dusseldorf 573,057
10. Bremen 546,501
11. Hannover 515,140
12. Leipzig 504,971
13. Duisburg 504,358
14. Nuremberg 499,237
15. Dresden 486,854
16. Wandsbek 411,422
17. Bochum 385,729
18. Bochum-Hordel 380,000
19. Wuppertal 360,797
20. Berlin Pankow 356,019
21. Bielefeld 331,906
22. Berlin Mitte 329,078
23. Berlin Wilmersdorf 317,190
24. Bonn 313,125
25. Mannheim 307,960
26. Berlin Steglitz Zehlendorf 290,506
27. Marienthal 287,101
28. Karlsruhe 283,799
29. Wiesbaden 272,432
30. Muenster 270,184
31. Gelsenkirchen 270,028
32. Aachen 265,208
33. Monchengladbach 261,742
34. Augsburg 259,196
35. Eimsbuettel 251,907
36. Altona 250,192
37. Chemnitz 247,220
38. Braunschweig 244,715
39. Berlin Reinickendorf 241,756
40. Halle Neustadt 240,000
41. Krefeld 237,984
42. Halle 234,107
43. Kiel 232,758
44. Magdeburg 229,826
45. Neue Neustadt 226,851
46. Berlin Spandau 223,862
47. Oberhausen 219,176
48. Freiburg 215,966
49. Luebeck 212,207
50. Erfurt 203,254
51. Harburg 202,571
52. Hagen 198,972
53. Rostock 198,293
54. Kassel 194,501
55. Hamm 185,327
56. Mainz 184,997
57. Saarbrucken 181,227
58. Herne 172,108
59. Muelheim an der Ruhr 171,000
60. Osnabruck 166,462
61. Solingen 164,359
62. Ludwigshafen am Rhein 163,196
63. Leverkusen 162,738
64. Oldenburg 159,218
65. Neuss 152,457
66. Potsdam 145,292
67. Koeln-Muelheim 144,625
68. Heidelberg 143,345
69. Paderborn 142,161
70. Darmstadt 140,385
71. Wuerzburg 133,731
72. Regensburg 129,151
73. Wolfsburg 123,064
74. Recklinghausen 122,438
75. Gottingen 122,149
76. Heilbronn 120,733
77. Ingolstadt 120,658
78. Ulm 120,451
79. Bottrop 119,909
80. Bergedorf 119,665
81. Pforzheim 119,313
82. Offenbach 119,192
83. Bremerhaven 117,446
84. Remscheid 117,118
85. Berlin Schoeneberg 116,286
86. Reutlingen 112,627
87. Furth 112,025
88. Koeln-Nippes 110,140
89. Moers 107,816
90. Koblenz 107,319
91. Siegen 107,242
92. Bergisch Gladbach 106,184
93. Jena 104,712
94. Gera 104,659
95. Hildesheim 103,052
96. Erlangen 102,675
97. Koeln Rodenkirchen 101,421
98. Witten 101,247
99. Trier 100,129
100. Zwickau 98,796
101. Kaiserslautern 98,732
102. Iserlohn 97,910
103. Schwerin 96,641
104. Gutersloh 96,180
105. Duren 93,440
106. Esslingen 92,390
107. Ratingen 91,606
108. Marl 91,398
109. Lunen 91,009
110. Hanau am Main 88,648
111. Velbert 87,669
112. Ludwigsburg 87,603
113. Flensburg 85,838
114. Cottbus 84,754
115. Wilhelmshaven 84,393
116. Tuebingen 83,416
117. Minden 82,879
118. Villingen-Schwenningen 81,770
119. Konstanz 81,275
120. Worms 81,099
121. Dorsten 79,981
122. Ludenscheid 79,386
123. Marburg an der Lahn 78,895
124. Neumunster 78,383
125. Castrop-Rauxel 77,924
126. Dessau 77,315
127. Gladbeck 76,940
128. Arnsberg 76,612
129. Rheine 76,491
130. Viersen 76,153
131. Delmenhorst 75,893
132. Bayreuth 75,061
133. Troisdorf 74,749
134. Giessen 74,411
135. Bocholt 73,943
136. Detmold 73,680
137. Norderstedt 71,439
138. Luneburg 71,260
139. Celle 71,010
140. Dinslaken 70,573
141. Bamberg 70,047
142. Aschaffenburg 68,551
143. Neubrandenburg 68,082
144. Lippstadt 67,219
145. Aalen 67,085
146. Neuwied 66,805
147. Unna 66,734
148. Plauen 66,412
149. Herten 65,306
150. Herford 64,879
151. Grevenbroich 64,779
152. Weimar 64,727
153. Kerpen 64,226
154. Fulda 63,760
155. Dormagen 63,582
156. Bergheim 63,558
157. Garbsen 63,355
158. Wesel 61,685
159. Kempten (Allgaeu) 61,399
160. Schwabisch Gmund 61,338
161. Sindelfingen 61,311
162. Landshut 60,488
163. Rosenheim 60,167
164. Brandenburg an der Havel 59,826
165. Russelsheim 59,730
166. Berlin Koepenick 59,561
167. Langenfeld 59,378
168. Offenburg 59,238
169. Stralsund 58,976
170. Stolberg 58,874
171. Hameln 58,666
172. Menden 58,451
173. Friedrichshafen 58,403
174. Goppingen 58,040
175. Gorlitz 57,751
176. Hattingen 56,866
177. Hilden 56,565
178. Sankt Augustin 56,094
179. Eschweiler 55,778
180. Ahlen 55,280
181. Bad Salzuflen 54,899
182. Euskirchen 54,889
183. Meerbusch 54,826
184. Wolfenbuttel 54,740
185. Hurth 54,678
186. Berlin Tempelhof 54,629
187. Baden-Baden 54,239
188. Schweinfurt 54,012
189. Neustadt an der Weinstrasse 53,984
190. Pulheim 53,762
191. Gummersbach 53,131
192. Waiblingen 52,945
193. Nordhorn 52,803
194. Greifswald 52,731
195. Cuxhaven 52,677
196. Wetzlar 52,656
197. Bergkamen 52,329
198. Bad Homburg vor der Hohe 51,859
199. Willich 51,843
200. Frankfurt (Oder) 51,691
201. Emden 51,526
202. Neu-Ulm 51,389
203. Lingen 51,310
204. Erftstadt 51,207
205. Ibbenburen 50,577
206. Passau 50,560
207. Langenhagen 50,439
208. Schwerte 50,399
209. Speyer 50,343
210. Heidenheim an der Brenz 50,067
211. Berlin Treptow 50,000
212. Peine 49,953
213. Neunkirchen 49,843
214. Bad Oeynhausen 49,513
215. Hof 49,239
216. Kleve 49,072
217. Ravensburg 48,825
218. Frechen 48,733
219. Elmshorn 48,703
220. Bornheim 48,523
221. Soest 48,037
222. Rastatt 47,906
223. Erkrath 47,815
224. Stuttgart-Ost 47,500
225. Dulmen 47,495
226. Frankenthal 47,438
227. Herzogenrath 47,381
228. Lorrach 47,002
229. Albstadt 46,664
230. Gotha 46,615
231. Melle 46,514
232. Alsdorf 46,340
233. Boblingen 46,282
234. Gronau 46,161
235. Rheda-Wiedenbruck 46,123
236. Neustadt am Rubenberge 45,942
237. Kamen 45,927
238. Leonberg 45,711
239. Singen 45,696
240. Stade 45,634
241. Hennef 45,409
242. Buende 45,403
243. Wismar 45,255
244. Amberg 44,737
245. Erkelenz 44,650
246. Homburg 44,607
247. Straubing 44,580
248. Bruhl 44,137
249. Fellbach 43,935
250. Lehrte 43,920
251. Nordhausen 43,912
252. Lahr 43,863
253. Eisenach 43,846
254. Monheim 43,747
255. Hoyerswerda 43,681
256. Freiberg 43,670
257. Pirmasens 43,582
258. Goslar 43,560
259. Filderstadt 43,550
260. Suhl 43,509
261. Weinheim 43,325
262. Rodgau 43,315
263. Bad Kreuznach 43,213
264. Gifhorn 43,000
265. Bruchsal 42,785
266. Rottenburg 42,721
267. Freising 42,570
268. Weiden 42,550
269. Kaufbeuren 42,505
270. Oberursel 42,448
271. Nettetal 42,417
272. Kaarst 42,112
273. Wunstorf 42,080
274. Eberswalde 41,980
275. Bautzen 41,972
276. Lemgo 41,943
277. Coburg 41,901
278. Bietigheim-Bissingen 41,769
279. Bahnhof Lohne 41,677
280. Landau in der Pfalz 41,612
281. Heinsberg 41,505
282. Seevetal 41,266
283. Konigswinter 41,164
284. Memmingen 41,135
285. Volklingen 41,132
286. Borken 40,876
287. Oranienburg 40,793
288. Pinneberg 40,577
289. Dreieich 40,367
290. Pirna 40,322
291. Aurich 40,319
292. Nurtingen 40,210
293. Kirchheim unter Teck 40,206
294. Laatzen 40,038
295. Huckelhoven 39,828
296. Dachau 39,740
297. Halberstadt 39,729
298. Schorndorf 39,697
299. Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz 39,557
300. Mettmann 39,550



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Germany History

The ethnogenesis of the Germanic tribes is assumed to have occurred during the Nordic Bronze Age, or at the latest, during the Pre-Roman Iron Age. From southern Scandinavia and northern Germany, the tribes began expanding south, east and west in the 1st century BC, coming into contact with the Celtic tribes of Gaul as well as Iranian, Baltic, and Slavic tribes in Eastern Europe. Little is known about early Germanic history, except through their recorded interactions with the Roman Empire, etymological research and archaeological finds.

Under Augustus, the Roman General Publius Quinctilius Varus began to invade Germania, and it was in this period that the Germanic tribes became familiar with Roman tactics of warfare while maintaining their tribal identity. In AD 9, three Roman legions led by Varus were defeated by the Cheruscan leader Arminius in the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest. Modern Germany, as far as the Rhine and the Danube, thus remained outside the Roman Empire. By AD 100, the time of Tacitus' Germania, Germanic tribes settled along the Rhine and the Danube, occupying most of the area of modern Germany. The 3rd century saw the emergence of a number of large West Germanic tribes: Alamanni, Franks, Chatti, Saxons, Frisians, Sicambri, and Thuringii. Around 260, the Germanic peoples broke through the Limes and the Danube frontier into Roman-controlled lands.

On 25 December 800, Charlemagne founded the Carolingian Empire, which was divided in 843. The medieval empire resulted from the eastern portion of this division and existed in varying forms from 962 until 1806. Its territory stretched from the Eider River in the north to the Mediterranean coast in the south. Often referred to as the Holy Roman Empire, it was officially called the Sacrum Romanum Imperium Nationis Germanic starting in 1448, to adjust the title to its then reduced territory.







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