The city is the administrative division which falls under the division of the directorate in the urban, which is the centre of the provinces and the centre of districts as well as every urban population with a population of (5000) or more people and a basic service or more available.
Here is a list of cities in Yemen :
|Transcription||Arabic||Census 1994||Estimate 2005|
|1.||Sana'a||صنعاء||954.448||2.431.649||Sana'a (Capital District)|
|3.||Al Hudaydah||الحديدة||298.452||548.433||Al Hudaydah|
|15.||Bajil District||باجل||40.561||46.005||Al Hudaydah|
|16.||Dhi as-Sufal||ذي سفال||31.963||44.949||Ibb|
|19.||Bait al-Faqih||بيت الفقيه||28.773||41.652||Al Hudaydah|
|22.||Al Bayda'||البيضاء||19.294||33.175||Al Bayda'|
|33.||Az Zaydiyah||الزيدية||13.912||16.246||Al Hudaydah|
|39.||Al Ghaydah||الغيضة||7.785||10.948||Al Mahrah|
|40.||Al Mahwit||المحويت||9.060||10.593||Al Mahwit|
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