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List of cities in Laos

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List of cities in Laos

A map of Laos

This is a list of cities in Laos, a country in Asia.

Towns and cities

City Population[1] Coordinates Province
Vientiane (Capital) 196,731   Vientiane Prefecture
Pakse (Pakxe) 88,332 Champasak
Savannakhet 66,553 Savannakhet
Luang Prabang (Louangphrabang) 47,378 Luang Prabang (Louangphrabang)
Xam Neua (Xam Nua, Sam Neua) 38,992 Houaphanh
Phonsavan (Ban Phonsavan) 37,507 Xiangkhouang
Thakhek 26,200 Khammouane (Khammouan)
Muang Xay (Oudomxai) 25,000 Oudomxay (Oudomxai)
Xaysomboun (Viengchan) 25,000 Vientiane
Pakxan (Muang Pakxan) 21,967 Bolikhamsai (Bolikhamxai)
Attapeu (Attopu) Attapeu (Attopu)
Ban Houayxay Bokeo
Luang Namtha Luang Namtha
Phongsali (Phongsaly) Phongsali (Phongsaly)
Sainyabuli (Xaignabouli) Sainyabuli (Xaignabouli)
Salavan (Saravane) Salavan (Saravane)
Sekong (Xekong) Sekong (Xekong)

See also

References

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