List of cities in Bahrain

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This is a list of cities and towns in Bahrain with listed governorates:


Ten largest cities

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  1. Manama – 200,000
  2. Riffa – 195,606
  3. Muharraq – 176,583
  4. Hamad Town – 57,000
  5. A'ali – 51,400
  6. Isa Town – 39,800
  7. Sitra – 60,100
  8. Budaiya – 33,230
  9. Jidhafs – 32,600
  10. Al-Malikiyah – 14,800

Other towns

  1. Jid Ali
  2. Sanabis
  3. Tubli
  4. Saar
  5. Al Dur
  6. Qudaibiya
  7. Salmabad
  8. Jurdab
  9. Diyar Al Muharraq
  10. Amwaj Island
  11. Hidd
  12. Arad
  13. Busaiteen
  14. Janabiyah
  15. Samaheej
  16. Aldair

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