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The metropolitan area has a population of 762,664 over an area of . Providence is the second-most-populous city in New England after Boston and the ninth most populous in New England. The city was first named by Roger Williams when he founded the settlement on land that was purchased from Narragansett Native Americans in 1636. Providence's nicknames include "The Creative Capital", "The Empire City", and "Birthplace of Television". In 2018, it had a Gross Metropolitan Product (GMP) exceeding $60 billion, making it one of ten highest GMP cities among U.S. metropolitan areas; Greater Providence ranks as having the 14th highest GDP per capita among American metro areas with at least 3 million residents ($66,000).