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List of cities in South Sudan

Cities of South Sudan
Juba, capital of South Sudan

This is a list of cities and towns in South Sudan. The population estimates are for 2010, except where otherwise indicated. The references from which the estimated populations are sourced are listed in each article for the cities and towns where the population estimates are given. This list is not comprehensive.

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City Population County State
Abyei* 20,000 Abyei Area
Akobo 1,000 Jonglei State
Aweil 100,000 Aweil Central County Northern Bahr el Ghazal State
Bentiu (Bantiu) 7,700 Rubkona County Unity State
Bor 26,800 Bor South County Jonglei State
Daga Post Upper Nile State
Juba 372,410 Juba County Central Equatoria State
Gogrial 44,600 Gogrial West County Warrap State
Kago Kaju Kajo Keji County Central Equatoria State
Kapoeta 7,000 Kapoeta South County Eastern Equatoria State
Kaya -
Kuajok -
Malakal 139,450
Malualkon -
Magwi 3,000
Maridi 18,000
Nimule 45,000
Pibor 1,000
Raga 3,700
Renk 26,850
Rumbek 32,100
Tonj 17,340
Torit 20,050
Tumbura 9,500
Warrap -
Wau 151,320
Yambio 40,400
Yei 185,000
Yirol 11,650
  • The status of Abyei is contested as of the date of South Sudanese independence - 9 July 2011.

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