Area and population of European countries
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Some of the countries listed below are transcontinental, meaning that they are only partially located in Europe:
- The list includes only the European part of Russia, which contains about 75% of the country's total population (110,000,000 people out of about 143,000,000) in an area comprising roughly 3,960,000 square kilometres (1,528,560 sq mi); an average of 30 people per km2 (1 /sq mi).
- Only European France is included, not its overseas territories.
- The data for Spain includes islands and exclaves on or near the African continent.
- The data for Portugal includes the Azores and Madeira Islands near the African continent.
- The data for Netherlands includes European Netherlands and the Caribbean Netherlands. It does not include the Caribbean islands Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten as they are constituent countries within the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
The primarily Central Asian nation of Kazakhstan is not included in the list below. Armenia and Cyprus are entirely within Asia physiographically, but have political, cultural and sporting ties to Europe.
Countries and dependencies
|Turkey (European part)||473||23,764||11,241,000|
|Isle of Man (UK)||146||572||83,314|
|Denmark (Denmark proper)||135||42,931||5,806,015|
|Northern Ireland (UK)||133||14,130||1,876,695|
|France (European part)||118||551,695||65,167,000|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina||69||51,129||3,511,372|
|Akrotiri and Dhekelia (UK)||62||254||15,700|
|Faroe Islands (Denmark)||37||1,399||51,095|
|Russia (European part)||29||3,960,000||113,112,406|
- Armenia, Azerbaijan, Cyprus and Georgia are either entirely or partially within Asia physiographically, but have political, cultural and sporting ties to Europe.
Partially recognised states
|Partially recognised state||Population Density
- Except Kosovo and Transnistria, the other three political entities are either entirely or partially within Asia physiographically, but they all have political, cultural and sporting ties to Europe.
- European Union statistics
- List of countries by population density
- List of European countries by area
- List of European countries by population
- The De Agostini Atlas Calendar listed the area of Vatican City as 0.44 km2 in its 1930 edition but corrected it to 0.49 km2 in its 1945–46 edition. The figure of 0.44 km2 is still widely cited by many sources despite its inaccuracy.