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List of cities in Sudan

Map of Sudan
Omdurman, the most populated city
Port Sudan, the major seaport city

This article shows a list of cities and towns in Sudan. The population estimates are for 2006,[1] last national census was of 1993.

Contents

  • List 1
    • Major cities 1.1
    • Alphabetical list 1.2
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

List

Major cities

State capitals are shown in bold.

City Population State
1 Omdurman 2,970,099 Khartoum
2 Khartoum 2,090,001 Khartoum
3 Khartoum Bahri 1,626,638 Khartoum
4 Nyala 532,183 South Darfur
5 Port Sudan 474,373 Red Sea
6 Kassala 419,031 Kassala
7 Ubayyid 410,941 North Kurdufan
8 Kosti 364,331 White Nile
9 Wad Madani 345,291 Al Jazirah
10 Qadarif 336,522 Al Qadarif
11 Fashir 264,734 North Darfur
12 Daein 225,569 South Darfur
13 Damazin 199,667 Blue Nile
14 Geneina 170,618 West Darfur
15 Rabak 144,108 White Nile
16 Sennar 136,564 Sennar
17 Managil 135,623 Al Jazirah
18 Nahud 114,226 North Kurdufan
19 Damir 109,740 Nile
20 Atbarah 109,734 Nile
21 Kaduqli 90,186 South Kurdufan
22 Dueim 90,184 White Nile
23 New Halfa 83,087 Kassala
24 Umm Rawaba 56,872 North Kurdufan
25 Shendi 54,580 Nile
26 Sindscha 45,518 Sennar

Alphabetical list

See also

References

  1. ^ Infos taken from Villes du Soudan

External links

  • Sudan Prayer Times List of 30021 cities and towns in Sudan, with decimal geographic coordinates
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