The need to manage urban entities in together to have economical benefits and to grant a more balanced distribution in the various zones.
The recently (2007) formed Upper Silesian Metropolitan Union is the largest legally recognized urban entity in Poland with a population of 2 million.
Chile's Department of National Statistics defines a city (ciudad in Spanish) as an urban entity with more than 5,000 inhabitants.
A town (pueblo), is an urban entity with 2,001 to 5,000 persons, however, if the area has some economic activity, the designation may include populations as small as 1,001.
A town (pueblo), is an urban entity with 2,001 to 5,000 persons.
It is an irregularly shaped urban entity founded in 1852 as a summer resort and suburb of Baltimore City.
The village, which is still classed as an urban entity, remains under the control of the Ministry of Defence despite several attempts by former residents to return.
The crown has an odd number of towers (one, three, five or seven), depending on the importance of the urban entity in the country or county.
Apparently she is unaware that Disneyland is an amusement park, not a real utopia (or a real urban entity).
Jorge Rigau has stated that these features "signaled the city's coming of age as a modern urban entity."