gives the city entity for the current setting for $GeoLocation.


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Basic Examples  (1)

Find your geodetic coordinates:

Show the city for those coordinates:

Draw a map:

Applications  (2)

Find the distance from your current city to the border of the country, returned as a negative value:

Find the next level of administrative division corresponding to the city of your current location:

Find more data about the city:

Properties & Relations  (3)

$GeoLocationCity gives the nearest city to your current $GeoLocation:

$GeoLocationCountry gives the nearest country to your current $GeoLocation:

$GeoLocationCity performs a GeoNearest call to find the nearest city to your current location:

Block temporarily the value of $GeoLocation to simulate that you are located at that position:

$GeoLocationCity is automatically set, even if $GeoLocation is at sea:

Reset your current $GeoLocation:

Possible Issues  (1)

$GeoLocationCity cannot be set independently of $GeoLocation:

Instead, set $GeoLocation to a location included in that city:

Then $GeoLocationCity will be automatically set:

Restore your current $GeoLocation:

Introduced in 2014