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A city is generally an urban settlement with a large population.
City or Cities may also refer to:
- City (ward), an electoral ward in Bradford, England
- City (Zürich), an area of the Altstadt district of Zürich, Switzerland
- City, Vale of Glamorgan, a village in the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales
- City, Powys, a hamlet in Powys, Wales
- City, Australian Capital Territory, the central business district of Canberra, Australia
- City of London, the historic core and chief financial district of London, more usually termed "The City" but sometimes written on maps as "City"
See also: City University (disambiguation)
- City (novel), a 1952 novel by Clifford D. Simak
- City (magazine), a Finnish magazine
- City (newspaper), an Italian free daily newspaper
- City Newspaper, a free alternative weekly in Rochester, New York, USA
- The City (short story), a short story by Ray Bradbury
- City (band), a German rock band
- The City (band), an American alternative rock band of the 1980s
- City (Client album), 2004
- City (Jane Siberry album), 2001
- City (Strapping Young Lad album)
- City (Chengshi) Chinese album by Deserts Chang 2009
- Cities (Anberlin album), 2007
- Cities (The Cat Empire album), 2006
- "City", a song by Hollywood Undead from Swan Songs
- "City", a song by Sara Bareilles from Little Voice
- "Cities" (Talking Heads song), 1980, covered by Phish
- "Cities" (Nat & Alex Wolff song), 2014
- City (TV series), a 1990 TV series starring Valerie Harper
- City, a Canadian television network owned and operated by Rogers Communications previously named Citytv
- CITY-DT, the City station in Toronto
- City (artwork), a 1972 piece of earth art by Michael Heizer located in Nevada, U.S.
- City (typeface), a slab-serif typeface designed by Georg Trump
- City of Cambridge Rowing Club, nicknamed "City", based in Cambridge, UK
- Honda City, a car
- Manchester City F.C.
- Bristol City F.C.
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