Largest Cities in the USA Part 1

  1. New York City
  2. Los Angeles
  3. Chicago
  4. Houston
  5. Phoenix
  6. Philadelphia
  7. San Antonio
  8. San Diego
  9. Dallas
  10. San Jose
  11. Austin
  12. Jacksonville
  13. Fort Worth
  14. Columbus
  15. Charlotte
  16. San Fransisco
  17. Indianapolis
  18. Seattle
  19. Denver
  20. Washington D.C.
  21. Boston
  22. El Paso
  23. Nashville
  24. Detroit
  25. Oklahoma City

New York City 

United Nations headquarters in New York City.

Population: 8,339,817
State: New York
Population Change: +1.98%
Population Density: 28,317 per sq. mi.
Founded: 1624

Los Angeles 

Hollywood sign in Los Angeles.

Population: 3,797,565
State: California
Population Change: +4.93%
Population Density: 8,484 per sq. mi.
Founded: 1781

Chicago

The “Chicago Building” built in 1904.

Population: 2,693,976
State: Illinois 
Population Change: -0.06%
Population Density: 11,900 per sq. mi.
Founded: 1780

Houston 

Sam Houston monument in Houston.

Population: 2,320,268
State: Texas 
Population Change: +10.48%
Population Density: 3,613 per sq. mi.
Founded: 1837

Phoenix

Skyline of Phoenix.

Population: 1,680,992
State: Arizona 
Population Change: +16.28%
Population Density: 3,120 per sq. mi. 
Founded: 1867

Philadelphia 

Liberty Bell, Philadelphia.

Population: 1,584,064
Population Change: +3.80%
State: Pennsylvania
Population Density: 11,683 per sq. mi.
Founded: 1682

San Antonio 

The Alamo, San Antonio.

Population: 1,547,243
State: Texas
Population Change: +16.56%
Population Density: 3,238 per sq. mi.
Founded: 1718

San Diego

Casa de Balboa, San Diego.

Population: 1,423,853
State: California
Population Change: +8.91%
Population Density: 4,325 per sq. mi. 
Founded: 1769

Dallas 

Old Dallas County Courthouse, built in 1892, Dallas.

Population: 1,343,573
State: Texas 
Population Change: +12.17%
Population Density: 3,866 per sq. mi.
Founded: 1856

San Jose 

Luis Maria Adobe, built in 1797, San Jose.

Population: 1,021,795
State: California
Population Change: +8.91%
Population Density: 5,777 per sq. mi. 
Founded: 1777

Austin 

Texas State Capitol Building, Austin.

Population: 978,908 
State: Texas 
Population Change: +23.85%
Population Density: 3,031 per sq. mi. 
Founded: 1836

Jacksonville 

Riverplace Tower, Jacksonville.

Population: 911,507
State: Florida 
Population Change: +10.92%
Population Density: 1,137 per sq. mi. 
Founded: 1822 

Fort Worth 

Flag of Fort Worth.

Population: 909,584 
State: Texas 
Population Change: +22.72%
Population Density: 2,491 per sq. mi. 
Founded: 1874

Columbus

Ohio Buckeyes Stadium, Columbus.

Population: 898,553
State: Ohio 
Population Change: +14.17
Population Density: 3,936 per sq. mi. 
Founded: 1812 

Charlotte

Bland Street Train Station, Charlotte.

Population: 885,705
State: North Carolina
Population Change: +21.09%
Population Density: 2,757 per sq. mi. 
Founded: 1755

San Francisco

Skyline of San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge.

Population: 881,549 
State: California
Population Change: +9.48%
Population Density: 18,569 per sq. mi.
Founded: 1776 

Indianapolis

Monument Circle, Indianapolis.

Population: 876,334
State: Indiana 
Population Change: +6.82%
Population Density: 2,366 per sq. mi. 
Founded: 1821 

Seattle 

Space Needle, Seattle.

Population: 753,673 
State: Washington
Population Change: +23.83%
Population Density: 8,405 per sq. mi. 
Founded: 1851 

Denver 

Union Station, Denver.

Population: 734,134 
State: Colorado
Population Change: +21.17%
Population Density: 4,521 per sq. mi. 
Founded: 1858 

Washington 

Washington Monument, Washington.

Population: 705,749
State: District of Columbia 
Population Change: +17.29%
Population Density: 11,148 per sq. mi. 
Founded: 1790 

Boston 

Old State House, Boston.

Population: 692,600 
State: Massachusetts 
Population Change: +12.14%
Population Density: 13,938 per sq. mi. 
Founded: 1630 

El Paso 

Desert outside of El Paso.

Population: 681,728
State: Texas
Population Change: +5.02% 
Population Density: 2,660 per sq. mi.
Founded: 1680

Nashville

Ryman Auditorium, Nashville.

Population: 694,144
State: Tennessee 
Population Change: +11.58%
Population Density: 1,388 per sq. mi. 
Founded: 1779 

Detroit

The Ambassador Bridge over the Detroit River, Detroit.

Population: 670,731 
State: Michigan 
Population Change: -6.13% 
Population Density: 4,847 per sq. mi. 
Founded: 1701 

Oklahoma City 

Water taxis on the Brickstown Canal, Oklahoma City.

Population: 655,057
State: Oklahoma 
Population Change: +12.94%
Population Density: 1,503 per sq. mi. 
Founded: 1889 

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