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List of cities in the Republic of the Congo

Map of Republic of the Congo

This is a list of cities and towns in the Republic of the Congo with population of 5,000 or more, according to 2007 census.

List

Brazzavile city centre, #1
Pointe-Noire railway station, #2
Rank City / town Department Population
(2007 census)
1
Brazzaville Brazzaville 1,373,382
2
Pointe-Noire Pointe-Noire 715,334
3
Dolisie Niari 83,798
4
Nkayi Bouenza 71,620
5
Kindamba Pool 59,880
6
Impfondo Likouala 33,911
7
Ouésso Sangha 28,179
8
Madingou Bouenza 25,713
9
Owando Cuvette 24,736
10
Sibiti Lékoumou 22,951
11
Loutété Bouenza 19,212
12
Bouansa Bouenza 19,064
13
Gamboma Plateaux 18,514
14
Mossaka Cuvette 15,112
15
Mindouli Pool 14,541
16
Oyo Cuvette 14,295
17
Makoua Cuvette 14,240
18
Loudima Bouenza 14,130
19
Mossendjo Niari 13,238
20
Mouyondzi Bouenza 12,695
21
Bétou Likouala 11,240
22
Djambala Plateaux 10,652
23
Pokola Sangha 10,465
24
Ngo Plateaux 10,121
25
Makabana Niari 9,286
26
Kinkala Pool 8,600
27
Ewo Cuvette-Ouest 8,142
28
Etoumbi Cuvette-Ouest 7,719
29
Boundji Cuvette 7,085
30
Dongou Likouala 7,060
31
Komono Lekoumou 6,354
32
Kellé Cuvette-Ouest 6,298
33
Enyellé Likouala 6,027
34
Tchamba-Nzassi Kouilou 5,962
35
Ollombo Plateaux 5,420
36
Loukoléla Cuvette 5,268
37
Sembé 4,957
38
Mbinda 4,390
39
Zanaga 4,117
40
Lekana 4,039

External links

  • Congo: largest cities and towns and statistics of their population at World-Gazetteer.com


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