FIRST - please : fix your maximum email address length. It is way too short. My normal email address would not fit and many peopel have ones that are far longer than mine.
So here are a few very very old human cities for you, but only the first one is still inhabited.
** Jericho **
search wikipedia for : Jericho (I can't post links yet)
The oldest structures found in Jericho date from 9000BCE. if you want continuous (or close to it) inhabitation by humans, then this is the one. If you do not care about that then you get different answers.
** Nabta Playa **
search wikipedia for : Nabta Playa
The structures of Nabta Playa, are also very old, with human habitation beginning around 10,000BCE. Back this the area was wet (now it is very very dry) and there was a lake. The builders made very deep wells (without metal tools or any knowledge of aquifers or geology) which had water in them year round. It is about 800 Kms south of modern-day Cairo.
** Göbekli Tepe **
search wikipedia for : G%C3%B6bekli_Tepe
Located on top of a mountain ridge in the Southeastern Anatolia Region of Turkey, Göbekli Tepe was founded at around 10,000BCE and (again) was a stone city made before written language occurred and before copper tools were around. IN this case it has more than bricks and megalithic buildings. There are large stone pillars set into stone sockets in the ground. Imagine doing THAT with no metal, no domesticated animals, etc.