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In 2016, Melbourne had a population of 4.9 million and was the 26th-largest city in the world. The metropolis is located on the large natural bay of Port Phillip and expands into surrounding suburbs towards its north, south-east and west; it has a central business district around its eastern edge which continues into suburban areas such as Carlton North, Fitzroy North, Collingwood to Hawthorn East along with Southbank at its southern tip covering an area of approximately 1 km2 (0 sq mi).Melbourne consists of 31 municipalities. It is listed in the Guinness Book Of Records as having one of the most unusual names among major cities for several reasons: it includes no less than nine suburbs named after former Prime Minister Alfred Deakin; five are called Kensington or Richmond; four have "West" in their name – Yarraville West being just one example – while another four begin with "South". Melbourne's origins lie in native activity on what was then called 'Boomerang Beach', three kilometres (two miles) south east from present day St Kilda Road.