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List of cities in Panama


List of cities in Panama

A map of Panama.

This is a list of cities in Panama.


  • Largest cities 1
  • Alphabetical list 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Largest cities

Panama City, Panama's capital city.
Panama City.

These are the largest 20 Panamanian cities and towns, listed in descending order. All figures are accurate As of 2010 and provincial capitals are shown in bold. Most of the largest cities are part of Panama City Metropolitan Area.

City Population Province
1 Panama City 880,691 Panamá
2 San Miguelito 315,019 Panamá
3 Tocumen 103,177 Panamá
4 David 89,442 Chiriquí
5 Las Cumbres 89,000 Panamá
6 Colón 78,000 Colón
7 La Chorrera 68,896 West Panamá
8 Pacora 52,494 Panamá
9 Santiago de Veraguas 50,877 Veraguas
10 Chitré 46,191 Herrera
11 Arraiján 41,041 West Panamá
12 Vista Alegre 41,000 West Panamá
13 Chilibre 37,340 Colón
14 Cativá 34,500 Colón
15 Nuevo Arraiján 27,000 West Panamá
16 Changuinola 24,420 Bocas del Toro
17 Alcalde Díaz 22,000 Panamá
18 Penonomé 21,748 Coclé
19 La Cabima 21,200 Panamá
20 Puerto Armuelles 19,753 Chiriquí

Alphabetical list

See also


This article incorporates information from the French WorldHeritage

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