List of cities in Panama

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A map of Panama.
Panama City, Panama's capital city. Via Espana, ciudad de Panama. .jpg
Panama City, Panama's capital city.
Colon City, capital of the Colon province. Ciudad de Colon, Panama.jpg
Colón City, capital of the Colón province.
David, capital of the Chiriqui province. David-Panama.jpg
David, capital of the Chiriquí province.
La Chorrera, capital of the Panama Oeste province. Distrito de La Chorrera.jpg
La Chorrera, capital of the Panamá Oeste province.
Santiago, capital of the Veraguas province. Catedral santiago veraguas.jpg
Santiago, capital of the Veraguas province.

This is a list of cities in Panama .

Largest cities

Changuinola, the largest town in the Bocas del Toro province. Sediments (4078762256).jpg
Changuinola, the largest town in the Bocas del Toro province.

These are the largest 20 Panamanian cities and towns, listed in descending order. All figures are estimates for the year 2016. [1] The last census took place in 2010. Provincial capitals are shown in bold.

Contents

CityPopulation Province
1 Panamá 1,756,781 Panamá
2 Colón 241,817 Colón
3 David 193,350 Chiriquí
4 La Chorrera 190,093 Panamá Oeste
5 Santiago 98,431 Veraguas
6 Changuinola 98,334 Bocas del Toro
7 Penonomé 92,766 Coclé
8 Bugaba 82,930 Chiriquí
9 Puerto Armuelles 58,093 Chiriquí
10 Antón 56,485 Coclé
11 Chepo 56,396 Panamá
12 Chitré 55,988 Herrera
13 Aguadulce 50,478 Coclé
14 Capira 45,255 Panamá Oeste
15 Chame 29,746 Panamá Oeste
16 Soná 29,586 Veraguas
17 Almirante 29,539 Bocas del Toro
18 La Pintada 29,535 Coclé
19 Las Tablas 29,297 Los Santos
20 La Villa de Los Santos 27,300 Los Santos

Alphabetical list

Achutupo Place in Kuna Yala, Panama

Achutupo is an island town in the San Blas archipelago of Panama, located .7 kilometres (0.4 mi) off the Kuna Yala comarca (district) coast.

Ailigandí Place in Kuna Yala, Panama

Ailigandí is a town and island in the Kuna Yala province of Panama. The island is just off the coast and is served by Ailigandí Airport.

Alanje Corregimiento in Chiriquí, Panama

Alanje is a corregimiento in Alanje District, Chiriquí Province, Panama. It is the seat of Alanje District. It has a land area of 21.4 square kilometres (8.3 sq mi) and had a population of 2,406 as of 2010, giving it a population density of 112.3 inhabitants per square kilometre (291/sq mi). Its population as of 1990 was 2,348; its population as of 2000 was 2,703.

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References

This article incorporates information from the French Wikipedia
  1. "ESTIMACIÓN DE LA POBLACIÓN TOTAL EN LA REPÚBLICA, POR SEXO, SEGÚN PROVINCIA, COMARCA INDÍGENA Y DISTRITO: AL 1 DE JULIO DE 2016" (PDF). www.contraloria.gob.pa/INEC.

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