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List of cities in Eritrea

This is a list of cities and towns in Eritrea by population. It includes all settlements with a population of over 5,000.

Map of Eritrea
Asmara, Capital of Eritrea
Cities in Eritrea
Rank City Population Region
1984 Census 2010 estimate
1 Asmara 475,385 649,707 Maekel
2 Keren 126,149 146,483 Anseba
3 Teseney 52,531 64,889 Gash-Barka
4 Mendefera 22,184 63,492 Debub
5 Agordat 15,948 47,482 Gash-Barka
6 Assab 31,037 39,656 Southern Red Sea
7 Massawa 15,441 36,700 Northern Red Sea
8 Adi Quala 14,465 34,589 Debub
9 Senafe 14,019 31,831 Debub
10 Dekemhare 17,290 31,000 Debub
11 Segeneiti 13,328 27,656 Debub
12 Nakfa N/A 20,222 Northern Red Sea
13 Adi Keyh 8,691 19,304 Debub
14 Barentu 2,541 15,467 Gash-Barka
15 Beilul N/A 14,055 Southern Red Sea
16 Edd N/A 12,855 Southern Red Sea
17 Ghinda 7,702 10,523 Northern Red Sea
18 Mersa Fatuma N/A 9,542 Southern Red Sea
19 Himbirti N/A 8,822 Maekel
20 Nefasit N/A 8,727 Maekel

Other settlements

External links

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