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List of largest cities in Central America

Central America is a land bridge between North and South America, where formerly five countries make up the area; El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Costa Rica

Guatemala City - Number 1 Metro-Area
San Salvador City - Number 2 Metro-Area
San Jose Number 4 Metro-Area

Most Populated Metropolitan Areas

City Population Year of Census or Estimate Country
Guatemala City 4,100,000 2012 Guatemala
San Salvador 2,442,017 2011 El Salvador
San Jose[1] 2,207,620 2010 Costa Rica
Tegucigalpa 1,324,000 2012 Honduras
Managua 1,300,366 2011 Nicaragua
Panama City 1,501,672 2014 est. Panama
San Pedro Sula 1,202,598 2012 Honduras

Most populous cities

City Population Year of Census or Estimate Country
Guatemala City 1,149,107 2012 Guatemala
Tegucigalpa 1,135,309 2012 Honduras
Managua 928,621 2012 Nicaragua
San Pedro Sula 857,123 2012 Honduras
San Salvador 561,327 2012 El Salvador
Panama City 880,691 2012 Panama
Soyapango 420,916 2012 El Salvador
San Miguelito 355,313 2012 Panama
San Jose 347,281 2012 Costa Rica
Choloma 260,439 2012 Honduras
Quetzaltenango 225,000 2011 Guatemala
Santa Ana 197,552 2012 El Salvador
San Miguel 183,733 2010 El Salvador
La Ceiba 174,006 2010 Honduras

See also

References

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  • "El Salvador: Población | La guía de Geografía". geografia.laguia2000.com. July 11, 2007. Archived from the original on 22 April 2014. Retrieved April 22, 2014. 
  • "Nicaragua | La guía de Geografía". geografia.laguia2000.com. 24 July 2007. Archived from the original on 22 April 2014. Retrieved 22 April 2014. 
  • "Costa Rica | La guía de Geografía". geografia.laguia2000.com. 1 August 2007. Archived from the original on 22 April 2014. Retrieved 22 April 2014. 
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