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List of cities in Equatorial Guinea

Map of Equatorial Guinea

This is a list of cities in Equatorial Guinea, arranged by population. It includes all settlements with a population over 1,000.

Cities in Equatorial Guinea
Rank City Population Province
1983 Census 2001 Census 2005 estimate
1 Bata 24,390 132,235 173,046 Litoral
2 Malabo 31,650 132,440 155,963 Bioko Norte
3 Ebebiyín 3,540 19,515 24,831 Kié-Ntem
4 Aconibe 1,700 8,795 11,192 Wele-Nzas
5 Añisoc 1,100 7,586 10,191 Wele-Nzas
6 Luba 2,450 9,011 8,655 Bioko Sur
7 Evinayong 3,170 7,997 8,462 Centro Sur
8 Mongomo 2,370 5,791 6,393 Wele-Nzas
9 Mengomeyén N/A 5,294 5,947 Wele-Nzas
10 Micomeseng 1,300 5,327 5,813 Kié-Ntem
11 Rebola N/A 5,445 5.450 Bioko Norte
12 Bidjabidjan N/A 5,167 4,998 Kié-Ntem
13 Niefang 1,200 4,292 4,858 Centro Sur
14 Cogo N/A 3,952 4,693 Litoral
15 Nsok 500 3,929 4,620 Kié-Ntem
16 Palea 910 5,008 4,433 Annobón
17 Mbini 1,229 3,421 4,062 Litoral
18 Nsork N/A 3,355 3,769 Wele-Nzas
19 Ayene N/A 3,099 3,482 Wele-Nzas
20 Nkimi N/A 3,217 3,313 Centro Sur
21 Machinda N/A 2,440 2,897 Litoral
22 Acurenam 1,500 2,748 2,736 Centro Sur
23 Corisco N/A 2,140 2,541 Litoral
24 Baney N/A 2,363 2,365 Bioko Norte
25 Bicurga N/A 2,251 2,318 Centro Sur
26 Nsang N/A 2,194 2,122 Kié-Ntem
27 Ncue N/A 1,740 1,683 Kié-Ntem
28 Bitica N/A 1,233 1,464 Litoral
29 Río Campo N/A 931 1,105 Litoral
30 Riaba 200 1,086 1,071 Bioko Sur

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