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New Zealand's largest city, Auckland, is home to 1.6 million residents having a rich cosmopolitan culture. It is the central hub of the country's retail and commercial activities. It is also the country's food, music, arts and cultural hub. Auckland is home to two globally renowned universities, i.e. University of Auckland and Auckland University of Technology.
New Plymouth is amongst the major cities of the Taranaki region located on the west of New Zealand's North Island. The name is derived from an English city Plymouth after the residents migrated to New Plymouth. The district comprises city names New Plymouth and several other towns. The total population of New Plymouth is 86,100, which is around 2/3rd of the population of the Taranaki region and around 1.7% of New Zealand's total population.
The capital of New Zealand, Wellington is nested at the southernmost point of North Island. It is popularly known for the waterfront promenade, sandy beaches, busy harbor and vibrant houses. Wellington is famous for excellent cafes, tucked away bars and award-winning restaurants. It is amongst the safest city in the world, with lively and welcoming culture.
The oldest city of the South Island and the second oldest city of New Zealand located facing the Tasman Bay. Named after British naval commander, Horatio Nelson, the city is known for local arts and crafts, Nelson hosts an arts and crafts festival commonly known as Nelson Arts Festival attracting tourists from worldwide.
Canterbury is situated in the central-eastern region of South Island and is home to 44,508 people. Canterbury has been a gateway for tourism in the south island. The city is home to the renowned educational institution, i.e. the University of Canterbury, ranked in the top 300 universities globally, by the QS World University Ranking.
Located in the southeastern region of the south island of New Zealand, the state's geography encompasses high snow-capped mountains, glacial lakes and a peninsula along with sandy beaches. The population of Otago is 245,300, accounting for 4.8% of the total population of New Zealand. Otago has one of the globally recognized educational institutions, i.e. University of Otago.