[OC] Climate: 25 biggest cities of Europe compared to 25 biggest cities of the USA


[OC] Climate: 25 biggest cities of Europe compared to 25 biggest cities of the USA



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19 thoughts on “[OC] Climate: 25 biggest cities of Europe compared to 25 biggest cities of the USA

  1. Good work!

    A few symbols lack the name of the cities, such as the one below London or the two between Kyiv and Moscow.

  2. Missing labels:

    – Next to Moscow: Minsk (cross)
    – Above Kyiv: Nizhny Novgorod (Rhombus)
    – Left from Prague: Warsaw
    – Above Bucharest: Belgrade
    – Below Columbus: Seattle
    – Above Istanbul & Rome: Portland

  3. As always, we are temperate and they are wild. I think Bill Maher once said something similar about Brits vs Americans: they have class, we have swag.

  4. Interesting, Berlin with the second least amount of rain in Europe. I knew it is statistically dry here, but still.

    The complete lack of overlap between European and US cities is also quite fascinating. Probably mostly due to the difference in latitude.

  5. Really would like to see European capitals with this. Since none of the Nordics made it to this. And I’m guessing we would be living in the left upper corner.

  6. I was looking for Minneapolis…You should have ranked US cities by metro population. That’s how most Americans would rank the largest cities rather than by the arbitrary city boundary. Oklahoma City really shouldn’t even be on here.

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