Population-wise, the three largest cities in Georgia are Atlanta, Columbus and Augusta, as of 2014. Atlanta is the largest city, and Columbus and Augusta are second- and third-largest, respectively.
Census information from 2014 indicates that Atlanta has a population of 456,000 people. Columbus's population is just over 200,000, and Augusta's population is 196,000.
Atlanta, the state capital of Georgia, is also the eighth-largest city in the United States. In 2008, Columbus was voted into the 100 best communities to live in and prides itself on its quality of people and way of life. Augusta is the second oldest city in the state.