Template:Largest cities of Moldova

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Largest cities of Moldova

Chişinău
Chişinău
Tiraspol
Tiraspol

Rank City Urban Rank City Urban

Bălţi
Bălţi
Bender
Bender

1 Chişinău1 723,500 (2012) 11 Comrat3 25,600 (2012)
2 Tiraspol2 148,900 (2011) 12 Ceadîr-Lunga3 22,800 (2012)
3 Bălţi1 144,300 (2012) 13 Străşeni3 21,200 (2012)
4 Bender2 93,700 (2011) 14 Drochia3 20,400 (2012)
5 Rîbniţa2 50,100 (2011) 15 Edineţ3 20,200 (2012)
6 Cahul3 41,100 (2012) 16 Căuşeni3 19,900 (2012)
7 Ungheni3 38,100 (2012) 17 Durleşti 18,700 (2012)
8 Soroca3 37,500 (2012) 18 Făleşti 17,800 (2012)
9 Orhei3 33,500 (2012) 19 Hînceşti 16,900 (2012)
10 Dubăsari3 25,700 (2011) 20 Vulcăneşti 16,900 (2012)
Source: Moldovan Census (2004); Note: 1.World Gazetteer. Moldova: largest cities 2004. 2.Pridnestrovie.net 2004 Census 2004. 3. National Bureau of Statistics of Moldova