Population of Cities in Angola (2018)
Angola has 1 cities with more than a million people, 6 cities with between 100,000 and 1 million people, and 24 cities with between 10,000 and 100,000 people. The largest city in Angola is Luanda, with a population of 2,776,168 people.
Luanda is the capital and largest city in Angola, and serves as its commercial center and primary port.
N'dalatando was named Salazar by the Portuguese 1936, but was given back its name after independence in 1975.
Huambo is Angola's second-largest city, and is located in the central highlands near the headwaters of the Kunene River.
Lobito was founded in 1843 by the order of Maria II of Portugal, and was previously known as Catumbela das Ostras (Catumbela of Oysters).
An elephant was featured on the first coat of arms of the city of Benguela, around the late 17th century.
The town is named after two local rivers � the Cuito and the Cuanavale.
Until it received independence in 1975, the city of Lubango's name was S� da Bandeira.
The Cangandala National Park is close to Malanje, and was founded to help protect the Giant Sable Antelope that live there.
Namibe was founded in 1840 by the Portuguese, who named it Mo��medes. The city's name was changed to Namibe in 1985.
Soyo is now the largest oil-producing region in Angoloa, producing approximately 1,200,000 barrels per day.