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Geneva (/dZI’ni:[email protected]/jin-EE–[email protected]; French pronunciation: Geneve [[email protected]]) is the second-most populous Swiss city (after Zurich). It also happens to be the largest city in Romandy, the French-speaking region of Switzerland. It is located in the south-west of the country at the point where Lake Geneva exits the Rhone. It is also the capital of the Republic of Geneva and Canton of Geneva.
In 2019, the population of Geneva (ville de Geneve), was 201,818 (Jan. estimation).  However, the Canton of Geneva, the city and its nearest Swiss suburbs, had a population of 499.480 (Jan. 2019 estimates). The Canton of Geneva, which includes the city itself and the closest Swiss exurbs, had a population of over 246 km2 (95.5 mi). Together with the French suburbs, and exurbs, the canton of Vaud, the cross-border to be defined by Eurostat, the area (885 sq mi) the cross-border Geneva metropolitan. 
The Canton of Geneva, Nyon District (in Vaud) and the Pole metropolitanin du Genevois francais have created the Grand Geneve (\"Greater Geneva\") in 2013. This federation of eight French intercommunal Councils has been responsible for organizing cooperation in the cross-border metro area of Geneva (in particular, metropolitan transports).  The Grand Geneve (GLCT) covers 1,996 km2 (771 mi) . It had 1,025,316 inhabitants in January 2019 (Swiss census and estimates from France), with 58.5% living on Swiss territory and 41.5% on French.