What Are The Largest Cities In South Eastern Europe?

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South Eastern Europe includes seven countries, namely Romania, Bulgaria Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia, Montenegro and Albania. There are a number of large urban centres in the region. The largest ones are Bucharest, with a population of 1,9 million, Belgrade with 1,3 million inhabitants and Sofia, with 1,2 million residents.

All other cities in the region have a population of under 1 million. According to census results from 2002, the cities with a population between 500,000 and 999,999 include Sarajevo, Zagreb, Tirana, Skopje and Pristina.

Of the South Eastern European countries, Romania is the largest with a population of 22 million. Romania is followed by Serbia, which has a population of 9,4. This includes nearly 2 million Kosovar Albanians who live in the province of Kosovo, currently under UN administration.

Despite a number of large cities in the region, the population of most countries in South Eastern Europe remain to this day primarily rural. This is especially the case in Albania.
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Anonymous answered
That isn't true. Rome has a population of 2.7 million people which makes it the largest city in southern europe

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