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            U.S. Cities

            U.S. Cities, New York City Largest City in United States
            New York, which once served as the nation's capital, has been the largest city in the U.S. since 1790.?

            Since the founding of St. Augustine, Florida?in 1565, the United States has seen a steady rise in its cities across all fifty states. The urban population today is larger than it's ever been, in total and in proportion. Many of the country's most recognizable landmarks and institutions are found in its major cities, and the urban landscape of America is a central setting for film, literature, music, and more. Learn about the many cities that help define the U.S., and find information on weather, population, facts, history, and landmarks of major U.S. cities.

            Population Statistics

            A country is nothing without its people, and the United States is the same. The U.S. is currently the world's third most populous country, full of a bustling and diverse population from Anchorage to Miami. To learn more about the people of the United States, where they live, and where they come from, check out our links below.?

            Profiles of the 50 Largest Cities of the United States

            Top 50 Cities in the U.S. by Population and Rank

            Most Populous U.S. Cities

            Population of the 20 Largest U.S. Cities, 1900–2012

            Population over 100,000

            Ten Cities Top Million Mark

            U.S. Metro Areas: Census 2000

            Largest African-American Populations

            Largest Hispanic-American Populations

            Foreign-Born Population in Metropolitan Areas


            Geographic Information

            The cities and states of the United States are far from uniform. The U.S. covers a wide geographical range, with diverse climates. These natural factors play a large part in determining where and how people live. Read more about the environmental factors of U.S. cities, the populations of those cities, and which cities stand out the most to visitors from abroad.

            State Capitals and Largest

            Getting to Work in the City


            Top U.S. States and Cities Visited by Overseas Travelers

            Latitude and Longitude of U.S. and Canadian Cities

            Wacky Town Names

            Area Codes: United States, Canada, Caribbean

            Road Mileages

            Air Distances


            Health and Social Statistics

            The story of public health and safety in the United States is long and fraught with troubles. Pollution and crime still pose problems in cities across the U.S. But, thanks to advances in medicine and public outreach, people are getting healthier, and access to medical care has improved. Discover some facts about the state of public health and safety, including the cities with the most violent crime, and more.?

            America's Worst Places for Spring Allergies, 2015

            Fittest Cities, 2015

            Safest and Most Dangerous, 2014

            Safest and Most Dangerous, 2013

            Crime Rates for Selected Metro Areas

            Murder Rates

            Cost of Living Index

            Car Theft

            America's 25 Most Ozone-Polluted Metropolitan Areas

            Air Quality



            Cultural Information

            The different cities of the United States have many features that make them unique, from colleges to historical sites to corner cafes. Infoplease has the information you need about some of the highlights. Read on to learn about some important firsts, some of the best spots in the country, and some interesting facts about local culture around the U.S.?


            Ten Best Metropolitan Areas in the United States

            North America's Best Cities

            America's Most Gay-Friendly Towns

            Best Vacation Spots

            The 100 Largest City Parks

            America's Most Livable Communities

            America's “Capitals of the World”

            Best Architecture

            Best Culture

            Best Museums

            Best Restaurants, 2015

            Best Restaurants, 2012

            Top Ten Coffee Shops, 2014

            Best Yoga Studios, 2015

            Top Ten Concert Venues, 2015

            Best Shopping

            Best People

            Most Intelligent

            Most Literate, 2014

            Most Literate, 2012


            Cleanest, 2016

            Cleanest, 2014

            Most Stylish



            Just looking at facts and figures can't always?give you a very clear idea of what a city is like. To help you out, Infoplease has pulled together some slideshows. Check out our previews of some of America's most prominent cities.?

            San Francisco


            New Orleans

            New York City



            Washington, D.C.

            Statues of Washington, D.C.

            Cherry Blossoms of Washington, D.C.




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