|City||Year granted city status||City council||Image||Population|
(Irish: Ard Mhacha)
|7003199400000000000 1994||Local government district||14,590|
(Irish: Béal Feirste)
|7003188800000000000 1888||Local government district||267,500|
(Irish: Doire / Doire Cholmchille)
Derrie / Lunnonderrie)
|7003160400000000000 1604||Local government district||85,016|
(Irish: Lios na gCearrbhach)
|7003200200000000000 2002||Local government district||71,465|
(Irish: Iúr Cinn Trá)
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