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Uruguay Cities by Population


122 cities shown of 122 total Uruguay cities that are over 1,000 in population...

1. Montevideo 1,270,737
2. Salto 99,823
3. Paysandu 73,249
4. Las Piedras 69,682
5. Rivera 64,631
6. Maldonado 55,478
7. Tacuarembo 51,854
8. Melo 51,023
9. Mercedes 42,359
10. Artigas 41,909
11. Minas 38,025
12. San Jose de Mayo 36,529
13. Durazno 33,926
14. Florida 32,234
15. Treinta y Tres 25,653
16. Rocha 25,515
17. San Carlos 24,938
18. Pando 24,047
19. Fray Bentos 23,279
20. Colonia del Sacramento 21,714
21. Trinidad 21,093
22. La Paz 19,913
23. Canelones 19,698
24. Delta del Tigre 17,973
25. Carmelo 16,921
26. Santa Lucia 16,438
27. Progreso 15,973
28. Young 15,924
29. Dolores 15,880
30. Paso de Carrasco 15,393
31. Rio Branco 13,567
32. Juan L. Lacaze 13,223
33. Paso de los Toros 13,221
34. Bella Union 13,171
35. Chuy 10,485
36. Nueva Helvecia 10,054
37. Nueva Palmira 9,335
38. Libertad 9,311
39. Rosario 9,308
40. Colonia Nicolich 8,902
41. Piriapolis 7,968
42. Castillos 7,686
43. Tranqueras 7,474
44. Sarandi del Yi 7,367
45. Punta del Este 7,234
46. Pan de Azucar 7,180
47. San Ramon 7,008
48. Lascano 6,976
49. Sarandi Grande 6,441
50. Joaquin Suarez 6,257
51. Tarariras 6,069
52. Sauce 5,910
53. Jose Pedro Varela 5,388
54. Guichon 5,051
55. Tala 4,949
56. Barra de Carrasco 4,824
57. Cardona 4,712
58. Atlantida 4,669
59. Vichadero 4,170
60. Toledo 4,056
61. Empalme Olmos 4,007
62. Vergara 3,998
63. San Jacinto 3,954
64. Santa Rosa 3,711
65. Florencio Sanchez 3,587
66. Minas de Corrales 3,509
67. Ombues de Lavalle 3,482
68. La Paloma 3,230
69. Tomas Gomensoro 2,872
70. Quebracho 2,871
71. Constitucion 2,846
72. Solis de Mataojo 2,704
73. Villa del Carmen 2,703
74. Aigua 2,692
75. Casupa 2,679
76. Rodriguez 2,588
77. Isidoro Noblia 2,526
78. Baltasar Brum 2,517
79. Nuevo Berlin 2,461
80. Jose Batlle y Ordonez 2,438
81. Ecilda Paullier 2,395
82. Santa Clara de Olimar 2,291
83. Las Toscas 2,287
84. Migues 2,203
85. Las Piedras 2,185
86. Jose Enrique Rodo 2,143
87. Los Cerrillos 2,100
88. Belen 2,033
89. Pajas Blancas 2,000
90. Palmitas 1,979
91. San Bautista 1,905
92. Veinticinco de Mayo 1,839
93. Veinticinco de Agosto 1,799
94. Soca 1,742
95. San Javier 1,701
96. Mariscala 1,695
97. Montes 1,687
98. Cebollati 1,624
99. La Paloma 1,567
100. Acegua 1,501
101. Santiago Vazquez 1,468
102. San Antonio 1,453
103. Cerro Colorado 1,354
104. Santa Bernardina 1,340
105. Joanico 1,339
106. Puntas de Valdez 1,312
107. Cardal 1,291
108. Rafael Perazza 1,274
109. Dieciocho de Julio 1,202
110. Soriano 1,195
111. Tupambae 1,189
112. Blanquillo 1,170
113. San Felix 1,161
114. Piedras Coloradas 1,120
115. La Floresta 1,107
116. Aguas Corrientes 1,101
117. Velazquez 1,090
118. Villa Sara 1,071
119. Santa Catalina 1,067
120. Porvenir 1,055
121. Curtina 1,053
122. Carlos Reyles 1,036





Uruguay History

The economy is largely based on agriculture and the state sector. Uruguay's economy is on the whole more stable than in its surrounding states, and it maintains a solid reputation with investors.

According to Transparency International, Uruguay is the least corrupt country in Latin America, with its political and labor conditions being among the freest on the continent.

In November 2007 it became the first Latin American country and the second in all of the Americas to recognize same-sex civil unions at the national level.

An estimated 94.6% of the population are of mostly European descent. 47.1% of Uruguayans are declared Roman Catholics, 23.2% elieve in a god without a specific religion"

17.2% Atheist Afro-Latin American religions and 0.3% Jewish. Uruguay is South America's most secular country. There is no official religion

church and state are officially separate







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