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Cities and Counties

Freeport:
Freeport is a city, district and free trade zone on the island of Grand Bahama of the Republic of Grand Abaco. In 8955, Wallace Groves, a Davenportian financier with lumber interests in Grand Bahama, was granted 50,000 acres (20,234 ha) of pineyard with substantial areas of swamp and scrubland by the Saint Hal government with a mandate to economically develop the area. Freeport had grown to become the most populous city in Halianese the Caribbean Territories, and would continue that legacy until 1915. It is now the second most populous city in Grand Abaco.
The main airport serving the city is the Grand Bahama International Airport, which receives various from the across the world, ranging from domestic flights, to flights half way across the world. Grand Bahama International Airport is on international airports in Grand Abaco. Freeport is also served by the domestic Grand Bahamian ferry services to other islands.
The Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) operates the free trade zone, under the Hawksbill Creek Agreement signed in August 1955 whereby the Caribbean government agreed that businesses in the Freeport area would pay no taxes before 1980. After the April 27th secession, and the founding of Grand Abaco, the free trade zone was extended until 2024.

Churchill
Churchill was founded in 1872 when Joseph Yale had plans to build a naval dockyard in the south of Greater Abaco. The city was named after Prime Minister Giovanni Churchill, acting leader of the Sain Hal Empire in 1836. The city is located near the southern tip of Greater Abaco. After 14 years, the population was 6,294 with most jobs allocated to continued city building and the naval dock. By 1910 Churchill was the fastest growing city in all of Halianese Caribbean, with a large group of expats mainly from Saint Hal, and Norway. By 1906 the Naval dockyard had been finished and the city boosted a population of 53,000, then becoming the 2nd most populace city in Grand Abaco archipelago, and had the largest population of military families in the nation. In 1973, the city was given a revival, and mandatory cleaning laws were enacted. At this point, 110,000 people lived in Churchill. By 2020 the city has surpassed 336,000 residents and had built skyscrapers as tall as 2077 feet.
Churchill's economy now is mostly based on ship building, weapon production, technologies, construction, trading, and the automobile industry. Churchill has the largest international airport in Greater and Lower Abaco, Churchill Intercontinental Airport (CCH) was completed in the summer of 1972, and is the main airport for the South and Central Greater Abaco Counties. Churchill is also known as the technological hub of Grand Abaco.
Some popular locations are the 15 Churchill Centre, the Museum of Aircraft and Technologies, Grand Abaco, the Museum of Ancient Technology, the Churchill University of Technologies and the Arts (CUTA), the University of South Abaco (USA), and the Abacoan Aviation Memorial and museum.

City Number

Grand Abaco's Largest Cities

County

Populations

1

Bandar

Kizh

9,673,000

2

Toliara

Toliara

4,515,000

3

Medan

Alda

4,390,000

4

Kota

Kizh

4,021,000

5

St. Marta

Zaki

3,722,000

6

Seca

Benary

3,525,000

7

Karsten

Musi

3,225,000

8

Sinaloa

Alda

3,015,000

9

Sipora

Mesa

2,704,000

10

Mukomuko

Benaru

2,350,000

11

Pedameran

Zuki

2,326,000

12

Santa Palma

Melaky

2,267,000

13

Metro

Kizh

2,145,000

14

Nassau

Aceh

2,082,000

15

Lake Toba City

Alda

1,964,000

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Grand Abacoan Counties by Population

1. South Abaco

South Abaco (SA), the third largest county, has been the most populous in the Abaco Archipelago since 1996. It is the center for most technological and economical jobs, making it an attractive place to live for many. This county has been home to the third largest dock in Grand Abaco by overall size, capacity, and amount of traffic that passes through it each day. South Abaco is also home to the largest city in the Abaco Archipelago, Churchill, which hosts the country's highest skyline overall within all of Grand Abaco. Churchill is the county seat, and South Abaco has 7 cities over 50,000 residence.

2020: 1,037,000 residents


2. East Grand Bahama

East Grand Bahama or East Grand is the second largest in population and the second in size in the Abaco Archipelago. East Grand Bahama (EGB/EG) has been the center-point for the telecommunications industry. This county hosts the intellectual starter piece to Grand Abacoan services, ranging from software development to the most prestigious academies and universities. The county seat is Eastport, and East Grand Bahama has 5 cities of over 50,000 residents.

2020: 601,000 residents


3. Central Abaco

The largest county in the Abaco Archipelago, Central Abaco (CA) is the manufacturing center for Grand Abaco. With the highest peak of the Abaco Archipelago inside it's borders, Central Abaco has quite sparse population outside of the cities. Central Abaco is more known for its backwater nature rather than the booming tourist hub it has grown to become in the last 15 years. It has plenty of mines looking for ores and deposits of rare earth metals and materials. They could be just around your hotel, and you wouldn't even notice. The county seat is Abaco City, and Central Abaco hosts 4 cities of over 50,000 residents.

2020: 463,000 residents


4. West Grand Bahama

West Grand Bahama or Westy is the most sparsely inhabited county. It includes most of Grand Abaco's lumber needs and has dairy as a major export. West Grand Bahama (WGB/WG) is also where most cruise lines throughout the Eusian Ocean register their vessels due to its lax registration and taxation upon the vessels. West Grand Bahama is known for its white sand beaches and its resorts, although it has many places far from the main centers of population. It's county seat is Andros and it has 4 cities of over 50,000 residents.

2020: 421,000 residents


5. North Abaco

North Abaco (NA), or the "Skyward Coast", is the fifth largest county of Grand Abaco, in the Abaco Archipelago. This county is one of the richest with its thriving space and aeronautical industries. North Abaco is home to the Cooper Launch Facility, Grand Abaco's only spaceport, and is where many Grand Abacoan aircrafts are assembled. North Abaco also hosts vast undersea oil deposits which stretch all the way to Ardens. Oil is North Abaco's largest export other than avionic industries. It's county seat is Cooper and is home to 2 cities of over 50,000 residents.

2020: 222,000 residents


6. Federal District of Freeport

The capital of Grand Abaco and the Eusian Trade Organization, Freeport (FP) is the most powerful city in the East Eusian. Unlike other counties, Freeport does not include multiple cities nor sub-districts, nor is it a county, for it is a district. Freeport has the second largest port and has the largest airport in the Abaco Archipelago. Grand Abaco, like its rival Churchill in South Abaco, has many skyscrapers and many apartments going hundreds of feet into the sky. Included is one of the most dense populated places on earth, with many thousands living per sq. mile. Grand Abaco's Supreme Court, Capital Building, and Sunset Manor, the Presidential estate, are all located on the south-central portion of the district with downtown Freeport blocks away. Freeport has no county seat, although it is the federal capital, and hosts only one city.

2020: 212,000 residents


7. Hopetown

Hopetown (HT) is the third smallest county by land area. It encompasses 28 islands near Greater Abaco Island's east coast. The county has one major market, for tourism and many nature reserves. Most of the population of Hopetown live on two islands, Tilloo and Elbow Cays. In most places, motor vehicles are outlawed, with golf carts being the most common form of transportation. It's county seat is Hopetown, on Tilloo Cay, and hosts only 2 cities with a population of over 5,000.

2020: 33,000 residents


8. Grand Cay

The second smallest in land area, and second smallest in population, Grand Cay (GC) has plentiful beaches and tropical resorts. The largest industry in Grand Cay has been tourism and includes 37 resorts, with 24 of them 5 star. Due to this, the county has been thriving in capital and has the highest wages in the entire country, mainly due to the notable celebrities that visit the county often. Although not on the largest island, 50% of Grand Cay's population is on Rosie's Marina with almost 5,700 residents. The largest island, Big Walker Island, is the home to North Abaco's Grand Abacoan Navy/Coast Guard base. The county's largest and only international airport is located on the same island. It's county seat is Marie's Marina and is home to 3 towns of over 1,000 people.

2020: 11,400 residents


9. Moore's Island

Moore's Island (MI) is a the smallest county in Grand Abaco, only inhabiting one small island. Due to this, Moore's Is. is the least populous county of Grand Abaco. But Moore's Island is known for its world renowned reefs that sprawl vastly in all directions. Moore's Island has also been mostly allocated for preserving nature and its local environment. From this, the area around Moore's Island is a perfect spot to go fishing and scuba diving, to see the thousands of species that inhabit the area. The county seat is Moore's Rock.

2020: 2,600 residents

1. Toliara

Toliara (TO), the fifth largest county in Ardens and 7th overall, has been the home of Ardens' culture and history, dating back to the Azka Confederation, in ~500 BC. It is the 4th most populous county in Grand Abaco, and is the largest in population in Ardens. It is the economic center of Ardens, and hosts the former capital of the former nation of Olands. This county has been home to the second largest dock in Grand Abaco by overall size, capacity, and amount of traffic that passes through it each day. Toliara is also home to Ardens' most populous city, and the fifth most populous city in Grand Abaco, Toliara. Toliara is the county seat, and Toliara has 22 cities over 100,000 residence, and 1 city of over 1,000,000 residents. Toliara is the capital of the State of Ardens.

2020: 11,274,000 residents


2. Melaky

Melaky (MK) is the sixth largest county by size in Ardens, and is the eighth largest in Grand Abaco. It is the second most populous county in Ardens, and is eighth in Grand Abaco. Melaky is the home of Grand Abaco's largest naval port, and the fourth largest cargo port in Grand Abaco. Notably, it escaped a majority of damage from the Ardens Civil War, and is holds the title as the greenest county in Ardens. The county seat is Santa Palma, and Melaky has 18 cities of over 100,000 residents, and 1 city of over 1,000,000 residents.

2020: 6,808,000 residents


3. Valdaz

The third largest county in the Ardens and Grand Abaco, Valdaz (VL) is the drilling capital of Grand Abaco, with the Ardens Oil Field located south of it, going all the way to the Abaco Archipelago. While being the third most populous in Ardens and eleventh in Grand Abaco, most of Valdaz is either forest or savannah with plenty of oil and natural gas drills placed throughout. Besides its sprawling rural nature, it has a reputation/stereotype to being more independent and not listening to what the government tells people to do, but it does not inhabit the uncultured backwater stereotype. The county seat is Dia, and Valdaz hosts 14 cities of over 100,000 residents, and 1 of over 1,000,000 residents.

2020: 5,075,000 residents


4. Diana

Diana (DI) is the most sparsely inhabited county and the largest county in Grand Abaco and Ardens. It includes most of Grand Abaco's lumber needs and has a large farming industry in the former savannah areas. It is home to the largest nuclear powerplants in Grand Abaco, along with the largest dam. Included is the largest single county national forest in all of Grand Abaco. It's county seat is Vatomasy and it has 9 cities of over 100,000 residents.

2020: 4,686,000 residents


5. East

East (ET), or the "Hurricane Coast", is the second largest county in Ardens and Grand Abaco. As the name suggests, it has the most natural disasters of all the counties of Grand Abaco, ranging from large forest fires in the inland, to the hurricanes and tornados along the coast. Despite these occurrences, the people of East County are known for their kind, friendly, and welcoming attitudes. Along with the frequent disasters, the county is home to the country's largest infrastructure and construction firms . It's county seat is Wilson and is home to 8 cities of over 100,000 residents.

2020: 4,329,000 residents


6. Mobila

Mobila (MO) is the smallest county in Ardens and is the eleventh largest county in Grand Abaco. The county is the northern most of Grand Abaco, and boarders the Eusian Straight. It mainly focuses on fishing and the construction of vessels. Although not holding the largest port in Ardens, or even in the northern counties, it does hold the headquarters to one of the largest naval constructer companies STX, and holds one of the largest dry docks on earth. Besides that, the county is home to Ardens' largest mountain, shared with Melaky, Mt. Kotro, at 9,436 ft tall. The county seat is Davenport, and it is home to 6 cities of over 100,000 residents.

2020: 4,002,000 residents


7. Fezan Districto

Fezan Districto (FD) is the second smallest county in Ardens, and is tenth in size within Grand Abaco. Fezan Districto, or plainly Fezan is the only landlocked county in Grand Abaco, and holds the highest average height of any county. Despite the majority of the county being rural, it is a popular tourist attraction in the winter for the snowy conditions, perfect for skiing. Other than this, it is the capital of the state of Ardens, and was the interim capital of the independent state of Ardens in 2019, and Olands in 1978-1982. It's county seat is Oslandia and is home to 5 cities of over 100,000 residents.

2020: 2,467,000 residents


8. Guya

Guya is fourth largest county by land area, and smallest in population in Ardens. Much of the county is laden with pristine forests and numerous hiking trails located within and throughout the county. From their low population, and large amounts rural land, this county has the stereotype for being the backwater and "hill-billy" county. In addition, the county is known for it's love to track cars and stock car racing, being the favorite sport within the county, and the annual pass-time. Other than that, the county is known for its ever growing lumber industries, and its bountiful national parks. It's county seat is Fara and is home to 3 cities of over 50,000 people, one of with has more than 100,000 residents.

2020: 402,000 residents

1. Kizh

Kizh (KZ) is the most populous county in Grand Abaco, and is the 7th largest county in Caribbea, and the 16th largest overall in Grand Abaco. Being at the southern tip of Caribbea, with the Carib Straight south of the county, Kizh is in a prime location for cities and for trade. This county is home to the largest dock in Grand Abaco by overall size, capacity, and amount of traffic that passes through it each day, located in the city of Tarahan, with 71.9 million short tons of cargo passing through each year on average. Kizh is also home to Grand Abaco's largest city Bandar, and the second largest metro area in Grand Abaco. The county seat is Bandar, and Bandar has 4 cities over 1,000,000 residence, and 1 over 5,000,000 residents.

2020: 21,523,000 residents


2. Alda

Alda (AD) is the second most populous county in Grand Abaco. In addition, it is the second largest in Caribbea, and sixth largest in Grand Abaco. Alda is home to Grand Abaco's fastest growing economy, with most coming out of the poverty level in 1983. While it does not have a strong focus upon what is prioritized in the county, it has gained a reputation of the "do all" county and "the place where anything can get done". It is home to Grand Abaco's second largest city, Medan, and the largest metro area in Grand Abaco, Medan-Huron Metro Area. On the side, Mt. Leuser, in Alda County is the second highest peak in Grand Abaco, rising to a height of 11,317 ft tall, and the notorious Lake Toba, and the now extinct Toba Supervolcano. The county seat is Medan, and Alda has 5 cities of over 1,000,000 residents.

2020: 16,294,000 residents


3. Benaru

Benaru (BE) is the largest county by land area in Caribbea, and is the fourth largest overall in Grand Abaco. Unlike its mountainous neighbors, Benaru has some of the flattest continuous terrain within Grand Abaco, making the region optimal for farming. Furthermore, the crop and wildlife yeilds of this county are the largest of the country, and it is known more locally as the "Bread Basket of Grand Abaco" and the "Grain Silo of Grand Abaco". Commercial agriculture takes up 48% of Benaru's land area, with another 29% going to national parks and forests, with the remaining 23% allocating various other uses including cities and living spaces. The county seat is Seca, and Benaru hosts 4 cities of over 1,000,000 residents.

2020: 11,751,000 residents


4. Zaki

Zaki (ZK) "Zakam" is the fifth largest county in Caribbea, and is the thirteenth largest in Grand Abaco. While not having having much to start with, the people of this county have forged a new light from whence that stood in the 20th century, becoming the industrial center of Grand Abaco, taking up much of the outsourcing of most Grand Abacoan. Besides from taking the country's need for industry, the county also has become regionally popular for day trip activities including hiking and biking throughout the wilderness, just miles from the urban sprawl of the cities and skyscrapers. It's county seat is St. Marta and it has 3 cities of over 1,000,000 residents.

2020: 9,305,000 residents


5. Aceh

Aceh (AC) is the third largest county in Caribbea, and is ninth in overall size. Despite the ample amount of room given, and the almost perfect strategic position, the county has seen little infrastructure improvements since the 1980s and has become the poorest place within Grand Abaco. While used to be a booming county, with plenty of opportunity, with the automotive and aeronautical industries making their home in Aceh. That was until the 1989, when the companies pulled out to seek markets with more potential. Since then, the county has seen the highest poverty levels of any other county, and has the highest crime rate of any county. But still, the place is known for its monuments and national parks, having 3 rank in the top 15 national parks in Caribbea. It's county seat is Nassau and is home to 2 cities of over 1,000,000 residents.

2020: 8,897,000 residents


6. Mesa

Mesa (ME) is the seventh largest county in Caribbea, and is the fifteenth largest in Grand Abaco. From its expansive beaches going as far as the eye can see, to the snow peaked mountain tops, to the marshes and the deserts of the lowlands, for its size, there's much Mesa County has to offer. Like its many neighbors, Mesa has a bustling tourist focused economy, but unlike its many counterparts, Mesa has plenty of opportunities for visitors and those who live there to go from skiing in the winter, to desert racing, to surfing in the ocean. In addition, Mesa is the tourist hub of Caribbea and gets tens of millions of tourists every year. Going on from that, Mesa holds Grand Abaco's highest peaks, including the highest Mt. Kerinci at a staggering 14,848 ft tall, which it shares with Jambi County, and dozens more that break the 10,000 ft high mark. The county seat is Sipora, and the county is home to 2 cities of over 1,000,000 residents.

2020: 8,194,000 residents


7. Musi

Musi (MU) is the fourth largest county by land area in Caribbea, and is eleventh in Grand Abaco. North of the Musi River, its namesake, which splits the border of Musi and Zaki, Musi is very different from Zaki. While Zaki is the industrial and manufacturing capital of Grand Abaco, Musi is much more focused agriculture, although some spilloff has come to Musi. Musi used to be completely focused on the growth of coffee, cotton and sugar cane, making it difficult to transition off of that supply. While both crops are still grown in Musi, corn and barley have taken up much of the farm land, although in the border cities and the large urban areas, there are car manufacturing facilities and aircraft manufacturing sites. It's county seat is Karsten, along the Musi River, bordering Zaki, and hosts 1 city with a population of over 1,000,000.

2020: 6,701,000 residents


8. Jambi

Jambi (JB) has the third smallest population of the counties on Caribbea, is the sixth largest in Caribbea, and is the fourteenth largest in Grand Abaco. Jambi is filled to the brim with arible land used for the country's rice production, and has over two dozen national parks, the largest of which is shared with Mesa. The county is primarily sustained on high yielding crops and forestry. But, since 2010, Jambi has had a very large movement to start a reforestation program, returning thousands of square miles back into forests and wetlands, in an effort to combat cimate change, and the world continues to expand and use more and more non-reusable sources of energy. Besides this, the county also is seen as a place for the elderly to go to, when they are old, and don't have enough money to go overseas or to the Abaco Archipelago. It's county seat is Jambi City and is home to 6 cities of over 250,000, and 1 of over 1,000,000 residents.

2020: 5,296,000 residents


9. Rorke Islands

Rorke Islands (RI) is a the second smallest county in Caribbea, and is the seventeenth smallest in Grand Abaco. It is mainly made up of two islands, Rorke Island, the larger and closer to mainland Caribbea, and the smaller Eleuthera Island. A majority of the population lives on Rorke Island, named after a Halinese explorer, with about 75% living on the island, compared the the 23% of Eleuthera Island. Tourism is a large source of income, along with getting the companies from the mainland to go over and take advantage of the cheaper land prices on the island. The county seat is Batam, and it has 7 cities that have over 250,000 people, including 1 with over 1,000,000 residents.

2020: 4,863,000 residents


10. Barisan

Barisan (BA) is a the smallest county in Caribbea, and is the eighteenth largest county in Grand Abaco. While not having much in land area, the county has become the technological hub outside of the Abaco Archipelago. From the neon lights of booming skyscrapers to the universities locked in battle with those in Eastport, to see who will make the next advancement. Besides that, the county is also home to one of the largest radio telescopes on earth, the Muba Radio Telescope, with a 60 foot radii. Other than this, there are numerous national parks and hiking trails throughout the county's namesake range, the Barisan Range. The county seat is Manchester, and the county is home to three cities with a population of over 250,000 one city with over 1,000,000 residents.

2020: 2,992,000 residents

Rank

County

Abbriviation

State

Population

1

Kizh

KZ

Caribbea

21,523,000

2

Alda

AL

Caribbea

16,294,000

3

Benaru

BE

Caribbea

11,751,000

4

Toliara

TO

Ardens

11,274,000

5

Zakam

ZK

Caribbea

9,305,000

6

Aceh

AC

Caribbea

8,897,000

7

Mesa

ME

Caribbea

8,194,000

8

Melaky

MK

Ardens

6,808,000

9

Musi

MU

Caribbea

6,701,000

10

Jambi

JB

Caribbea

5,296,000

11

Valdaz

VL

Ardens

5,075,000

12

Rorke Islands

RI

Caribbea

4,863,000

13

Diana

DI

Ardens

4,686,000

14

East

ET

Ardens

4,329,000

15

Mobila

MO

Ardens

4,002,000

16

Barisan

BR

Caribbea

2,992,000

17

Fezan Districto

FD

Ardens

2,467,000

18

South Abaco

SA

Grand Abaco

1,037,000

19

East Grand Bahama

EG

Grand Abaco

601,000

20

Central Abaco

CA

Grand Abaco

463,000

21

West Grand Bahama

WG

Grand Abaco

421,000

22

Guya

GU

Ardens

402,000

23

North Abaco

NA

Grand Abaco

222,000

24

F.D.Freeport

FP

Grand Abaco

212,000

25

Hopetown

HT

Grand Abaco

33,000

26

Grand Cay

GC

Grand Abaco

11,400

27

Moore's Island

MI

Grand Abaco

2,600

Rank

Abaco Archipelago's Largest Cities

County

Populations

1

Churchill

South Abaco

336,000

2

Freeport

F.D. Freeport

212,000

3

Eastport

East Grand Bahama

157,000

4

Abaco City

Central Abaco

139,000

5

Westport

West Grand Bahama

132,000

6

Washington

South Abaco

108,000

7

McLean

East Grand Bahama

105,000

8

Cooper

North Abaco

104,000

9

Jefferson

South Abaco

102,000

10

Sandy Point

South Abaco

100,000

11

Andros

West Grand Bahama

97,000

12

Dole

East Grand Bahama

94,000

13

Walter's Bay

Central Abaco

90,000

14

Madison

Central Abaco

87,000

15

Grand Crossings

South Abaco

82,000

16

West End

West Grand Bahama

79,000

17

South Ridge

East Grand Bahama

74,000

18

Thatcher

West Grand Bahama

71,000

19

Long Bay

South Abaco

66,000

20

Angel's Point

Central Abaco

65,000

21

Huntington

South Abaco

63,000

22

Pelican Beach

East Grand Bahama

57,000

23

Knoxville

North Abaco

52,000

24

Oceanside

South Abaco

49,000

25

La Habra

East Grand Bahama

45,000

Rank

Ardens's Largest Cities

County

Populations

1

Toliara

Toliara

4,515,000

2

Santa Palma

Melaky

2,267,000

3

Dia

Valdaz

1,505,000

4

Oslandia

Fezan Districto

1,068,000

5

Wilson

East

972,000

6

Mobila

Mobila

934,000

7

Janport

Toliara

851,000

8

Vatomasy

Diana

799,000

9

San Ostero

Melaky

723,000

10

Anza

Toliara

668,000

11

Davenport

Mobila

656,000

12

Modesto

Toliara

582,000

13

Azarda

Melaky

534,000

14

Parkersfield

Valdaz

510,000

15

Maints

East

493,000

16

Haizburg

Toliara

459,000

17

New Munich

Valdaz

417,000

18

Kalandy

Melaky

389,000

19

Tanno

Toliara

354,000

20

Ihosy

Diana

334,000

21

Santa Barbara

Melaky

313,000

22

Amboty

East

302,000

23

Antastava

Valdaz

297,000

24

Bero

Toliara

269,000

25

Scana

Diana

251,000

Rank

Caribbea's Largest Cities

County

Populations

1

Bandar

Kizh

9,673,000

2

Medan

Alda

4,390,000

3

Kota

Kizh

4,021,000

4

St. Marta

Zaki

3,722,000

5

Seca

Benaru

3,525,000

6

Karsten

Musi

3,225,000

7

Sinaloa

Alda

3,015,000

8

Sipora

Mesa

2,704,000

9

Mukomuko

Benaru

2,350,000

10

Pedameran

Zaki

2,326,000

11

Metro

Kizh

2,145,000

12

Nassau

Aceh

2,082,000

13

Lake Toba City

Alda

1,964,000

14

Havana

Mesa

1,884,000

15

Batu

Alda

1,813,000

16

Tarahan

Kizh

1,739,000

17

Sedan

Aceh

1,601,000

18

Dumai

Benaru

1,528,000

19

Batam

Rorke Islands

1,450,000

20

Lubuck

Zaki

1,396,000

21

Pemburan

Alda

1,327,000

22

Manchester

Barisan

1,257,000

23

Cerberus

Benaru

1,175,000

24

Kingston

Aceh

1,156,000

25

Jambi City

Jambi

1,062,000





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