Berlin population statistics
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Berlin is the second most populous city in the European Union, as calculated by city-proper population (not metropolitan area).
Population by borough
Historical development of Berlin's population
The spike in population in 1920 is a result of the Greater Berlin Act.
Population by nationality
On 31 December 2010 the largest groups by foreign nationality were citizens from Turkey (104,556), Poland (40,988), Serbia (19,230), Italy (15,842), Russia (15,332), United States (12,733), France (13,262), Vietnam (13,199), Croatia (10,104), Bosnia and Herzegovina (10,198), UK (10,191), Greece (9,301), Austria (9,246), Ukraine (8,324), Lebanon (7,078), Spain (7,670), Bulgaria (9,988), the People's Republic of China (5,632), Thailand (5,037). There is also a large Arabic community, mostly from Lebanon, Palestine and Iraq. Additionally, Berlin has one of the largest Vietnamese communities outside Vietnam, with about 83,000 people of Vietnamese origin.
|Country of origin||Population|
|Turkey||250,000-300,000 (see: Turks in Berlin)|
|Russia (including Russian-Germans)||est.200,000|
|Arab World||est.70,000 (see: Arabs in Berlin)|
|Vietnam||est. 20,000-40,000 (with Residence permission or German citizenship/without Residence permission)|
|Ghana||est. 20,000 (estimations vary from 15,000-25,000). Actually there are about 1,800 Ghanaian citizens residing in Berlin, however, there are many Germans of Ghanaian and other West-African origin or with one parent being German and the other being from Ghana.|
|China, Croatia, Serbia, United States, Italy, Bosnia, Iran, Greece||almost or at least 20,000|
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