United States

This map shows all the metropolitan areas in the US

The US is made up of close to 20,000 cities and towns. Image: REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

Nick Routley

Creative Director & Writer, Visual Capitalist

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The US is made up of close to 20,000 cities and towns, and 333 million individuals. Image: Visual Capitalist

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