The largest city in the US is New York, sometimes known as New York City   or NYC. New York Metropolis is also the most densely populated large city in the United States, with 8,804,190 people spread across 300.46 square miles (778.2 km2), making it more than twice as populous as Los Angeles, which came in second. The Northeast megalopolis and the New York metropolitan region, the largest metropolitan area in the world by urban landmass, are both geographically and demographically centered in New York City, which is located at the southernmost point of the state of New York.


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New York is one of the world’s largest cities, with about 20.1 million residents in its metropolitan statistical area and 23.5 million in its combined statistical area as of 2020 With five boroughs, each of which is coextensive with a certain county of the state of New York, New York City has one of the greatest natural ports in the world and stretches into the Atlantic Ocean. When local governments were merged into a single municipal body in 1898, the five boroughs were established: Brooklyn (Kings County), Queens (Queens County), Manhattan (New York County), the Bronx (Bronx County), and Staten Island (Richmond County)The metropolis, which includes the city, serves as the primary entry point for lawful immigration to the US. New York  , the most linguistically diverse city in the world, is home to up to 800 different languages. The highest concentration of people living in a U.S. city, New York, is home to almost 3.2 million people who were born abroad Dutch colonists established a trading center on the southernmost point of Manhattan Island about 1624, and this is where New York City got its start. In 1626, the colony was given the name New Amsterdam (Dutch: Nieuw Amsterdam), and in 1653 it received a city charter. After King Charles II of England gave the lands to his brother, the Duke of York, the city came under English rule in 1664 and was given the new name New York.  After the Dutch took back control of the city in July 1673, it was called New Orange for a period of one year and three months before returning to its original name of New York in November 1674. From 1785 to 1790, New York Metropolis served as the nation’s capital and has since been the biggest city in the country.


Los Angeles, the hub of the country’s film and television industry, is a large metropolis in Southern California. Studios including Paramount Pictures, Universal, and Warner Brothers provide behind-the-scenes tours close to the famous Hollywood sign. The TCL Chinese Theater on Hollywood Boulevard showcases celebrity hand- and footprints, the Walk of Fame recognizes thousands of trailblazers, and street vendors offer maps to the houses of superstars.


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Los Angeles Spanish: Los ngeles [los axeles], lit. “The Angels,” frequently abbreviated L.A. is one of the most populated megacities in the world and the biggest metropolis in the state of California. It is also the second most populous city in the United States after New York City. Southern California’s economic, monetary, and cultural hub is Los Angeles. As of 2020 there were around 3.9 million people living inside the city borders. The huge metropolis of Los Angeles is well-known for its Mediterranean climate, ethnic and cultural variety, and for being the center of the Hollywood film industry. Los Angeles is located in a basin in Southern California that borders the San Gabriel Valley to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west The city also stretches through the Santa Monica Mountains and into the San Fernando Valley to the north. It is the county headquarters of Los Angeles County, which is the most populous county in the country with an expected 9.86 million persons as of 2022. It has a total area of around 469 square miles Los Angeles has a diverse economy and is home to companies operating in a wide range of academic, artistic, and professional disciplines. The busiest container port in the Americas is located there as well After New York City and Tokyo, the Los Angeles metropolitan region has the third-largest GDP in the world in 2018 with a gross metropolitan product of over $1.0 trillion The 2028 Summer Olympics will be held in Los Angeles, which also hosted the Summer Olympics in 1932 and 1984. More recently, California has seen widespread droughts that have put a strain on the city’s and Los Angeles County’s water security.



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Chicago is not only a destination for Frank Sinatra fans; it is a town with lots to offer everyone. It’s a sizable metropolis that isn’t quite as hectic and packed as New York but yet has more things to do than you can possibly do More than 2.7 million people call Chicago home, making it the largest city in the Midwest and the third largest city in the United States. Along Lake Michigan, it is surrounded by urban beaches and is regarded as the birthplace of the skyscraper. When a large fire decimated much of the city center in 1871, only a few buildings were left standing, which allowed Chicago to build one of the tallest and most stunning skylines in the country Chicago is a sports fan’s paradise with professional baseball, basketball, football, hockey, and soccer teams. A Chicago Bears game is being played at Soldier Field. If you’re not a fan of football, consider going to a Cubs or White Sox game, a Chicago Fire soccer match, a Bulls basketball game, or a Blackhawks hockey game However, Chicago is more than just a sports town. Along with world-class museums, architectural wonders, upscale shopping, and a large number of live music venues and comedy clubs, it is also a foodie’s paradise. You may discover plenty of things to do there, including places to dine. Just be sure to leave room for a Chicago dog and a deep dish pizza.

4. Phoenix.

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This enormous city is so much more than just the stereotype of a retirement haven. It’s a well-liked location for everyone, from young professionals to families to, yes, retirees, thanks to its expanding population and robust local economy Phoenix welcomed more new people than any other American city in 2019, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, and it wasn’t only that year. The title has been held by the city for the last four years. Where are these recent immigrants moving to Phoenix from? The top five American cities are California, Texas, Washington, Illinois, and Colorado, according to the Economic and Business Research Center at the University of We believe there are 15 things you should be aware of if you’re thinking about moving to Phoenix or simply want to understand more about what makes this sunny location so distinctive Take a virtual tour of Downtown Phoenix, though, to get a taste of all the city has to offer before we get into the specifics.


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Houston, with a population of 2,304,580 in 2020, is the most populous city in Texas, the most populous city in the Southern United States, the fourth most populous city in the United States, and the sixth most populated city in North America  The Greater Houston metropolitan region, the second-most populated in Texas after Dallas-Fort Worth and the fifth-most populous in the nation, is located in Southeast Texas close to Galveston Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. Its seat and largest city is Houston, which is also the main city of Harris County. The Texas Triangle, a larger megaregion, is anchored in the southeast by Houston Houston, which has a surface area of 640.4 square miles (1,659 km2), is the ninth-largest city in the US (including consolidated city-counties). By total area, it is the biggest American city whose administration is separate from a county, parish, or borough. Although located mostly in Harris County, tiny areas of the city also border other significant Greater Houston cities including Sugar Land and The Woodlands in Fort Bend and Montgomery counties At the meeting of Buffalo Bayou and White Oak Bayou (now known as Allen’s Landing), on August 30, 1836, land speculators built the city of Houston. The settlement was incorporated as a city on June 5, 1837 Sam Houston, a previous general, is honored with a city name at the Battle of San Jacinto, which took place 25 miles (40 km) east of Allen’s Landing, earned Texas independence from Mexico. He was the president of the Republic of Texas at the time. After serving for a brief period in the late 1830s as the Texas Republic’s capital, Houston progressively developed into a major regional commerce hub for the remainder of the century

The 20th century brought a confluence of economic reasons that spurred Houston’s rapid growth, including a booming port and railroad sector, Galveston’s collapse as Texas’s main port following a disastrous hurricane in 1900, the subsequent building of the Houston Ship Channel, and the Texas oil boom. [11] The Texas Medical Center, the greatest concentration of medical and research institutions in the world, and NASA’s Johnson Space Center, which houses the Mission Control Center, led to a diversification of Houston’s economy in the middle of the 20th century Houston’s economy has had a diverse industrial base in the fields of energy, manufacturing, aviation, and transportation since the late 19th century. Houston, which excels in the healthcare industry and produces oilfield equipment, is home to the second-most Fortune 500 headquarters of any American city. city limits (after New York City).The Port of Houston is second in the United States in terms of total tonnage handled and first in terms of international waterborne tonnage handled.

6. Philadelphia

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The capital of Pennsylvania is Philadelphia, also known as Philly, which is also the second-largest city in the Northeast megalopolis and the Mid-Atlantic after New York City. Philadelphia is also the sixth-largest city in the United States. Since 1854, the city has shared boundaries with Philadelphia County, the most populous county in Pennsylvania, and the center of the Delaware Valley, which will have 6.245 million people living there by 2020, making it the seventh-largest metropolitan area in the country and one of the largest in the world  At the time of the 2020 census, 1,603,797 individuals called Philadelphia home, while more than 56 million people resided within 250 miles (400 km) of the city In 1682, English Quaker William Penn established Philadelphia. During the British colonial period, the city served as the capital of the Pennsylvania Colony and later played a historic and significant role as the primary gathering place for the country’s founding fathers, whose plans and deeds in Philadelphia ultimately inspired the American Revolution and the nation’s independence. The Second Continental Congress was held in Philadelphia, where the founders signed the Declaration of Independence, which historian Joseph Ellis has referred to as “the most potent and consequential words in American history,” after Philadelphia hosted the First Continental Congress in 1774 following the Boston Tea Party and preserved the Liberty Bell The Battle of Germantown and the Siege of Fort Mifflin were two of the first battles of the Revolutionary War.

fought inside the boundaries of Philadelphia. Later, in Philadelphia, at the Philadelphia Convention of 1787, the United States Constitution was ratified. Philadelphia was the nation’s first capital from May 10, 1775, to December 12, 1776, and on four additional occasions during and after the American Revolution, including from 1790 to 1800 while the new national capital of Washington, D.C., was being built. Philadelphia remained the country’s largest city until 1790, when it was surpassed by New York City Philadelphia is one of the top locations in the country for academic research and higher education, with 18 four-year institutions With a gross metropolitan product (GMP) of US$479 billion as of 2021, the Philadelphia metropolitan area has the greatest economy in the state and ranked ninth nationally among metropolitan areas  As of 2022, the city is the location of five Fortune 500 corporate headquarters The skyline of Philadelphia, which already features a number of well-known business skyscrapers, is growing, mostly due to the construction of new residential high-rise condominiums The Philadelphia Stock Exchange, which is operated by NASDAQ, is the country’s oldest stock exchange and a world leader in options trading. Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley are also a centre for biotechnology[20] and venture capital The city’s main train station, 30th Street Station, is the third busiest Amtrak hub in the country.