POPULATION STATS

2005 population estimates for cities in Latvia

This 2005 population estimate is based on a number of factors and sources. Please bear in mind that this is only an estimate of the number of people in a given city -- it may be possible to obtain actual figures from the U.N. and government sources. If you believe our estimate is in error, please contact us.

Please note that all figures below refer populations for individual cities, not the population for urban agglomerations. Thus a city like Manila in the Philippines may have a city population of 1.6 million people (within its official city limits), but a urban area population closer to 10.5 million people. You can see some estimates for urban agglomerations at World's Largest Urban Areas






Aizkraukle9,751
Aluksne9,379
Balvi8,970
Bauska11,051
Cesis18,630
Daugavpils115,430
Dobele11,316
Gulbene9,682
Jekabpils28,419
Jelgava63,063
Jurmala56,384
Kraslava11,778
Kuldiga13,649
Liepaja86,114
Limbaži9,542
Livani10,630
Ludza11,006
Madona9,857
Ogre26,878
Olaine12,854
Preili9,574
Rezekne40,242
Riga753,478
Riga753,478
Salaspils19,292
Saldus12,950
Sigulda11,142
Talsi12,810
Tukums19,017
Valka6,589
Valmiera28,506
Ventspils43,180
World Population Rankings:
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Figures © 2004-2007 mongabay.com

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All city population figures have been esimtated using various factors and based on data from qualified sources. These figures are estimates and are by no means intended to be used as official statistics. I have made my best effort to make these numbers as accurate as possible. Thank you for your understanding.


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