Largest continent

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Last seen on: – Crossword – Jun 20 2022s
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Eugene Sheffer – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Mar 9 2021
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NY Times Crossword 20 Jul 20, Monday
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Random information on the term “ASIA”:

The Asian continent is one of the fastest-growing continents in the World, with increasing urbanisation and a high growth rate for cities. Tokyo in Japan is the world’s largest metropolitan area by population.

The population of the given cities are obtained from five different sources:

Out of these five sources, the highest estimate is shown in bold. The cities are ranked on the basis of their highest estimate of population. Some remarks:

The table is color-coded to show which region of Asia each city is in. The color-code key is as follows:

With twenty cities, East Asia accounts for half of cities under this list, with China having the lion’s share with fifteen cities, South Asia comes second with ten cities, seven of which are in India. Southeast Asia accounts for seven cities and West Asia with just three cities.

ASIA on Wikipedia