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List of Arabian cities by population

This article is a list of Arabian cities by population, ranking cities based on national census estimates for city limits. The city proper definition is used for listing cities populations. C stands for Census, E stands for official estimate.

Table of largest cities in Arabia

Rank City Image Country Population Census/Est. Year
1 Riyadh  Saudi Arabia 5,188,286[1] 2010C
2 Jeddah  Saudi Arabia 3,430,697[1] 2010C
3 Sana'a  Yemen 2,215,700[2] 2012E
4 Dubai  United Arab Emirates 2,067,291[3] 2012E
5 Mecca  Saudi Arabia 1,534,731[1] 2010C
6 Medina  Saudi Arabia 1,100,093[1] 2010C
7 Farwaniya  Kuwait 1,003,003[4] 2012E
8 Abu Dhabi 975,735[3] 2012E
9 Dammam  Saudi Arabia 903,312[1] 2010C
10 Sharjah 850,000[3] 2012E
11 Hawalli  Kuwait 820,829[4] 2012E
12 Doha  Qatar 796,947[5] 2010C
13 Aden  Yemen 751,800[2] 2012E

References

  1. ^ a b c d e http://citypopulation.de/SaudiArabia.html
  2. ^ a b http://citypopulation.de/Yemen.html
  3. ^ a b c http://citypopulation.de/UAE.html
  4. ^ a b http://citypopulation.de/Kuwait-Cities.html
  5. ^ http://www.qsa.gov.qa/QatarCensus/Populations.aspx
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