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List of cities in Uruguay

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The list of cities in Uruguay is a list of all populated centres of Uruguay that have received the status of "Ciudad" (City). There are several populated places that have not received this status, with a population below 10,000 but as big as that of many cities. The ranks shown are only among cities and not including their wider metropolitan areas.

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List

The year given is not the year of foundation but that of the acquisition of "City" status. If this status was obtained on an unknown date before the Independence of Uruguay, the foundation year is given in parentheses, or the date it was declared a "Villa" (Town) followed by an asterisk*.

Rank City Year Department population
2011 Census
population
2004 Census
Change
1 Montevideo 1724  Montevideo 1,319,108 1,269,648 +3.90%
2 Salto 1863  Salta 104,028 99,072 +5.00%
3 Ciudad de la Costa 1994  Canelones 95176* 83,399 NA
4 Paysandú 1863  Paysandú 76,412 73,272 +4.29%
5 Las Piedras 1925  Canelones 71,258 69,222 +2.94%
6 Rivera 1912  Rivera 64,465 64,426 +0.06%
7 Maldonado 1755  Maldonado 62,590 54,603 +14.63%
8 Tacuarembó 1912  Tacuarembó 54,755 51,224 +6.89%
9 Melo 1895  Cerro Largo 51,830 50,578 +2.48%
10 Mercedes 1857  Soriano 41,974 42,032 −0.14%
11 Artigas 1915  Artigas 40,658 41,687 −2.47%
12 Minas 1888  Lavalleja 38,446 37,925 +1.37%
13 San José de Mayo 1856  San José 36,743 36,339 +1.11%
14 Durazno 1906  Durazno 34,368 33,576 +2.36%
15 Florida 1894  Florida 33,639 32,128 +4.70%
16 Barros Blancos 2006  Canelones 31,650 13,553 +133.53%
17 Ciudad del Plata 2006  San José 31,145 NA
18 San Carlos 1929  Maldonado 27,471 24,771 +10.90%
19 Colonia del Sacramento (1809)*  Colonia 26,213 21,714 +20.72%
20 Pando 1920  Canelones 25,947 24,004 +8.09%
21 Treinta y Tres 1915  Treinta y Tres 25,477 25,711 −0.91%
22 Rocha 1894  Rocha 25,422 25,538 −0.45%
23 Fray Bentos 1900  Río Negro Department 22,406 23,122 −3.10%
24 Trinidad 1903  Flores 21,429 20,982 +2.13%
25 La Paz 1957  Canelones 20,524 19,832 +3.49%
26 Canelones 1916  Canelones 19,865 19,631 +1.19%
27 Carmelo 1920  Colonia 18,041 16,866 +6.97%
28 Dolores 1923  Soriano 17,174 15,753 +9.02%
29 Young 1963  Río Negro Department 16,756 15,759 +6.33%
30 Santa Lucía 1925  Canelones 16,742 16,425 +1.93%
31 Progreso 1981  Canelones 16,244 15,775 +2.97%
32 Paso de Carrasco 1973  Canelones 15,908 15,028 +5.86%
33 Río Branco 1953  Cerro Largo 14,604 13,456 +8.53%
34 Paso de los Toros 1953  Tacuarembó 12,985 13,231 −1.86%
35 Juan Lacaze 1953  Colonia 12,816 13,196 −2.88%
36 Bella Unión 1963  Artigas 12,200 13,187 −7.48%
37 Nueva Helvecia 1952  Colonia 10,630 10,002 +6.28%
38 Libertad 1963  San José 10,166 9,196 +10.55%
39 Rosario 1920  Colonia 10,085 9,311 +8.31%
40 Nueva Palmira 1953  Colonia 9,857 9,230 +6.79%
41 Chuy 1981  Rocha 9,675 10,401 −6.98%
42 Punta del Este 1957  Maldonado 9,277 7,298 +27.12%
43 Piriápolis 1960  Maldonado 8,830 7,899 +11.79%
44 Salinas 1982  Canelones 8,626 6,574 +31.21%
45 Parque del Plata 1969  Canelones 7,896 5,900 +33.83%
46 Lascano 1952  Rocha 7,645 6,994 +9.31%
47 Castillos 1952  Rocha 7,541 7,649 −1.41%
48 Tranqueras 1994  Rivera 7,235 7,284 −0.67%
49 Sarandí del Yí 1956  Durazno 7,176 7,289 −1.55%
50 San Ramón 1953  Canelones 7,133 6,992 +2.02%
51 Tarariras 1969  Colonia 6,632 6,070 +9.26%
52 Pan de Azúcar 1961  Maldonado 6,597 7,098 −7.06%
53 Sauce 1973  Canelones 6,132 5,797 +5.78%
54 Sarandí Grande 1956  Florida 6,130 6,362 −3.65%
55 Atlántida 1967  Canelones 5,562 4,580 +21.44%
56 José Pedro Varela 1967  Lavalleja 5,118 5,332 −4.01%
57 Tala 1960  Canelones 5,089 4,939 +3.04%
58 Guichón 1964  Paysandú 5,039 5,025 +0.28%
59 Cardona 1963  Soriano 4,600 4,689 −1.90%
60 San Jacinto 1976  Canelones 4,510 3,909 +15.37%
61 Toledo 1995  Canelones 4,397 4,028 +9.16%
62 Vergara 1994  Treinta y Tres 3,810 3,985 −4.39%
63 Santa Rosa 1972  Canelones 3,727 3,660 +1.83%
64 Florencio Sánchez 1995  Colonia 3,716 3,526 +5.39%
65 La Paloma 1982  Rocha 3,495 3,202 +9.15%
66 San Gregorio de Polanco 1994  Tacuarembó 3,415 3,673 −7.02%
67 Ombúes de Lavalle 1984  Colonia 3,390 3,451 −1.77%
68 Colonia Valdense 1982  Colonia 3,235 3,087 +4.79%
69 Cerrillos 1971  Canelones 2,508 2,080 +20.58%
70 Aiguá 1956  Maldonado 2,465 2,676 −7.88%
71 Migues 1970  Canelones 2,109 2,180 −3.26%
72 San Bautista 1993  Canelones 1,973 1,880 +4.95%

 * According to the INE, during the 2011 census, the population Paso de Carrasco and some barrios not belonging to the municipality of Ciudad de la Costa were counted as part of the city. This would bring its population to 112,447. However, Wikipedia takes the number 95,178 as the one reflecting the population of what is officially defined as "Ciudad de la Costa" and which coincides with the limits of the municipality of the same name.

Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadística de Uruguay[1][2][3]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Lists of populated places by letter". INE. 2008. Archived from the original on 9 October 2012. Retrieved 18 October 2012. 
  2. ^ "Statistics of urban localities (1908–2004)". INE. 2012. Archived from the original (PDF) on 23 March 2015. Retrieved 18 October 2012. 
  3. ^ "Censos 2011 (needs flash plugin)". INE. 2012. Archived from the original on 12 January 2012. Retrieved 18 October 2012. 

External links

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