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{{pp-protected|small=yes}}{{Short description|Wikimedia list article}}This is a list of the world's countries and their dependent territories by area, ranked by total area.Entries in this list include, but are not limited to, those in the ISO 3166-1 standard, which includes sovereign states and dependent territories. Largely unrecognised states not in ISO 3166-1 are included in the list in ranked order, but are not given a rank number. The areas of such largely unrecognised states are in most cases also included in the areas of the more widely recognised states that claim the same territory; see the notes in the "notes" column for each country for clarification.Not included in the list are individual country claims to parts of the continent of Antarctica, entities such as the European Union{{#tag:ref|The European Union is a unique supranational union. It covers a total area of {{convert|4479968|km2|sqmi|abbr=on}}, and would be ranked 7th if it were included (3.0% of world's total land area).|group="Note"}} that have some degree of sovereignty but do not consider themselves to be sovereign countries or dependent territories, and unrecognised micronations such as the Principality of Sealand.This list includes three measurements of area:
  • Total area: the sum of land and water areas within international boundaries and coastlines.
  • Land area: the aggregate of all land within international boundaries and coastlines, excluding water area.
  • Water area: the sum of the surface areas of all inland water bodies (lakes, reservoirs, and rivers) within international boundaries and coastlines.WEB, Central Intelligence Agency, Definitions and notes: Location,weblink The World Factbook, Government of the United States, 30 November 2011, Coastal internal waters (some small bays) may be included.{{clarify|date=November 2016}} Territorial waters are not included unless otherwise noted. Contiguous zones and exclusive economic zones are not included.
Data is taken from the United Nations Statistics Division unless otherwise noted.

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Countries and dependencies by area

{{POV section|date=November 2019}}{| class="wikitable sortable" style="text-align: right"! Rank !! Sovereign state/dependency !! Total in km2 (mi2) !! Land in km2 (mi2) !! Water in km2 (mi2) !!data-sort-type="number"| % water !! class="unsortable" | Notes
0}} – style="text-align:left;"World}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 70.8 style="text-align:left;" |
1}} style="text-align:left;"Russia}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 4.21 style="text-align:left;" North Asia>Asian portion makes it the largest country in Asia, and its European Russia of roughly {{convert>3960000sqmiEurope.{{#tag:ref>The figure shown does not include the area of Crimea ({{convertkm2disp=orde facto controlled by Russia, claimed by Ukraine.>group="Note"}}
1vend}} – style="text-align:left;"{{noflag>Antarctica}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" 13720000sqmiice. Though not itself a country, areas are territorial claims in Antarctica>claimed by a number of countries.{{#tag:refterritorial claims in Antarctica: Argentine Antarctica>Argentina ({{convertkm2disp=orAustralian Antarctic Territory>Australia ({{convertkm2disp=orAntártica Chilena Province>Chile ({{convertkm2disp=orAdélie Land>France ({{convertkm2disp=orRoss Dependency>New Zealand ({{convertkm2disp=orQueen Maud Land>Norway (including Peter I Island) ({{convertkm2disp=orBritish Antarctic Territory>United Kingdom ({{convertkm2disp=or901502100000sqmiabbr=on}}) is currently unclaimed territory. These areas usually have no human inhabitants, excluding scientists.|group="Note"}}
2}} style="text-align:left;"Canada}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 8.93 style="text-align:left;" English language>English and French language-speaking country and the largest country completely in the Western Hemisphere by total area (second-largest by land area, after the United States), with the largest surface area of water. Total area and water area figures include area covered by freshwater only, and do not include internal waters (non-freshwater) of about 1,600,000 km2, or territorial waters of 200,000 km2.HTTP://WWW.STATCAN.GC.CA/TABLES-TABLEAUX/SUM-SOM/L01/CST01/PHYS01-ENG.HTMLAST=CANADAWEBSITE=WWW.STATCAN.GC.CALAST=BRANCHWEBSITE=WWW.DFO-MPO.GC.CA, 2016-03-04,
3}} style="text-align:left;"China}} style="white-space:nowrap;"9596961sqmidisp=br()9326410sqmidisp=br()270550sqmidisp=br() Second-largest country in Asia (though the largest located wholly within the continent), and second-largest country in the world by land area. Excludes Taiwan, Sino-Indian border dispute, and South China Sea Islands>disputed islands in the South China Sea. Figures for total area and water area also exclude all coastal and territorial waters.{{#tag:ref|The following two primary sources (non-mirrored) represent the range (min./max.) of total area for China and the United States.Both sources (1) exclude Taiwan from the area of China; (2) exclude China's coastal and territorial waters.However, the CIA World Factbook includes the United States coastal and territorial waters, while Encyclopædia Britannica excludes the United States coastal and territorial waters.{{ordered listEncyclopædia Britannica lists China as world's third-largest country (after Russia and Canada) with a total area of 9,572,900 sq km,HTTPS://WWW.BRITANNICA.COM/PLACE/CHINAPUBLISHER=ENCYCLOPæDIA BRITANNICA, 2017-12-04, and the United States as fourth-largest at 9,525,067 sq km.The World Factbook>CIA World Factbook lists China as fourth-largest country (after Russia, Canada and the United States) with a total area of 9,596,960 sq km,HTTPS://WWW.CIA.GOV/LIBRARY/PUBLICATIONS/THE-WORLD-FACTBOOK/GEOS/CH.HTML >TITLE=CHINAACCESSDATE=3 JULY 2016, and the United States as the third-largest at 9,833,517 sq km.HTTPS://WWW.CIA.GOV/LIBRARY/PUBLICATIONS/THE-WORLD-FACTBOOK/GEOS/US.HTML>TITLE=UNITED STATESACCESSDATE=3 JULY 2016, }}Notably, Encyclopædia Britannica specifies the United States' area (excluding coastal and territorial waters) as 9,525,067 sq km, which is less than either source's figure given for China's area. Therefore, while it can be determined that China has a larger area excluding coastal and territorial waters, it is unclear which country has a larger area including coastal and territorial waters.
United Nations Statistics Division's figure for the United States is 9,833,517 sq km and China is 9,596,961 sq km. These closely match the CIA World Factbook figures and similarly include coastal and territorial waters for the United States, but exclude coastal and territorial waters for China.
Further explanation of disputed ranking: The dispute for world's third-largest country arose from the inclusion of coastal and territorial waters for the United States. This discrepancy was deduced from comparing the CIA World Factbook and its previous iterationsWEB,weblink 31 Years of CIA World Factbook, CIA, 31 January 2014, against the information for United States on Encyclopædia Britannica, particularly its footnote section.WEB,weblink United States, Encyclopædia Britannica, 2017-12-04, In sum, according to older versions of the CIA World Factbook (from 1982 to 1996), the US was listed as the world's fourth-largest country (after Russia, Canada, and China) with a total area of 9,372,610 sq km. However, in the 1997 edition, the US added coastal waters to its total area (increasing it to 9,629,091 sq km). And then again in 2007, US added territorial water to its total area (increasing it to 9,833,517 sq km). During this time, China's total area remained unchanged. In other words, no coastal or territorial water area was added to China's total area figure. The United States has a coastal water area of 109,362 sq km, and a territorial water area of 195,213 sq km, for a total of 304,575 sq km of additional water space. This is larger than entire countries like Italy, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom. Adding this figure to the US will boost it over China in ranking since China's coastal and territorial water figures are currently unknown (no official publication) and thus cannot be added into China's total area figure.
group="Note"}}
4}} style="text-align:left;"United States}} style="white-space:nowrap;"9525067sqmidisp=br()9833517sqmidisp=br(){{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} –{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} style="white-space:nowrap;"377,424sqmidisp=br()685,924sqmidisp=br() 3.96–6.97 style="text-align:left;" English-speaking world and the Western Hemisphere by land area (second-largest by total area, after Canada). Secondary figures for total area and water area denote the inclusion of all coastal and territorial waters into the statistical area.{{#tag:ref>group="Note"}}
5}} style="text-align:left;"Brazil}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.65 style="text-align:left;" Portuguese language>Portuguese-speaking country, largest country in South America and in the Southern Hemisphere, and the largest contiguous territory in the Americas.HTTPS://WW2.IBGE.GOV.BR/HOME/GEOCIENCIAS/CARTOGRAFIA/DEFAULT_TERRIT_AREA.SHTM>TITLE=IBGE :: INSTITUTO BRASILEIRO DE GEOGRAFIA E ESTATíSTICA, ww2.ibge.gov.br,
6}} style="text-align:left;"Australia}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.76 style="text-align:left;" English language>English-speaking country and largest country in Oceania, largest country without land borders, and the largest country completely in the Southern Hemisphere.{{#tag:refNorfolk Island, Ashmore and Cartier Islands, Christmas Island, Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Coral Sea Islands Territory, and Heard Island and McDonald Islands,GEOSCIENCE AUSTRALIAURL=HTTP://WWW.GA.GOV.AU/EDUCATION/GEOSCIENCE-BASICS/DIMENSIONS/AREA-OF-AUSTRALIA-STATES-AND-TERRITORIES.HTMLACCESSDATE=25 NOVEMBER 2011, each shown separately. Excludes the claim of the Australian Antarctic Territory ({{convertkm2disp=or7741220sqmigroup="Note"}}
7}} style="text-align:left;"India}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 9.55 style="text-align:left;" Asia and largest country in South Asia. {{#tag:ref>The total area given is from Encyclopædia Britannica and includes List of territorial disputes#Asia and the Pacific not under Indian control but claimed by India. The total area claimed by India, according to the figure given by the United Nations and the Indian government, totals {{convert>3287263sqmiURL=HTTP://WWW.CENSUSINDIA.GOV.IN/CENSUS_AND_YOU/AREA_AND_POPULATION.ASPX ARCHIVEDATE=26 DECEMBER 2007 URL-STATUS=DEAD group="Note"}}
8}} style="text-align:left;"Argentina}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1.57 style="text-align:left;" Spanish language>Spanish-speaking country and second-largest country in South America.{{#tag:refArgentine Antarctica ({{convert>969000sqmiabbr=on}}), on Falkland Islands ({{convert>12173sqmiabbr=on}}) and on South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands ({{convertkm2disp=orgroup="Note"}}
9}} style="text-align:left;"Kazakhstan}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.92 style="text-align:left;" landlocked country.Agency of Statistics of the Republic of Kazakhstan (ASRK). 2005. Main Demographic Indicators. Available at Stat.gov.kz Second-largest Russian language>Russian-speaking country, after Russia, and the largest country in Central Asia. Transcontinental country located between Asia and Europe.
10}} style="text-align:left;"Algeria}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" Arabic-speaking and Berber language>Berber-speaking country and largest country in Africa and the Mediterranean Basin. {{#tag:refURL=HTTP://WWW.FAO.ORG/3/A-AZ147F.PDF PUBLISHER=FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION >ACCESSDATE=29 DECEMBER 2015, even though several chott and permanent List of dams and reservoirs#Algeria>reservoirs exist in the country. Prior to 2011, Sudan was the largest country in Africa but the secession of South Sudan led to Algeria becoming the largest country in Africa In 2011.|group="Note"}}
11}} style="text-align:left;" {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 3.32 style="text-align:left;" French language>French-speaking country. Largest country in Central Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa. Second-largest country in Africa, has the largest French language>French-speaking city i.e. Kinshasa.
end}} – style="text-align:left;"Denmark2220093sqmidisp=br()2220072sqmidisp=br()21sqmidisp=br() UN figure does not include the entire Kingdom of Denmark area.
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>Greenland}} (Denmark) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{#tag:ref1755636sqmiice; the ice-free area amounts to {{convert>410450sqmigroup="Note"}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" Denmark>Kingdom of Denmark. Largest island in the world.
12}} style="text-align:left;"Saudi Arabia}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" | Largest country in the Middle East and West Asia. Second-largest Arabic-speaking country.
13}} style="text-align:left;"Mexico}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1.04 style="text-align:left;"| Country with the largest Spanish-speaking population; second-largest Spanish-speaking country by area, after Argentina; largest Spanish-speaking city (Mexico City).
14}} style="text-align:left;"Indonesia}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 4.87 style="text-align:left;" Southeast Asia. Largest list of island countries>island country and archipelagic state in the world by area and population.INDONESIA > PUBLISHER=CIA URL=HTTPS://WWW.CIA.GOV/LIBRARY/PUBLICATIONS/THE-WORLD-FACTBOOK/GEOS/ID.HTML ARCHIVEURL= HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20081210041527/HTTPS://WWW.CIA.GOV/LIBRARY/PUBLICATIONS/THE-WORLD-FACTBOOK/GEOS/ID.HTML URL-STATUS=LIVE,
15}} style="text-align:left;"Sudan}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{ntshnot determined >96425}}not determined {{hsnot determined{{#tag:ref>The water area percentage of Sudan prior to the secession of South Sudan was 5.18.name="Sudan"}} style="text-align:left;" Africa. It is now the third-largest country in Africa.{{#tag:ref>Prior to the independence of South Sudan in 2011, Sudan's total area as reported by the UN source was {{convertkm2abbr=on}}. Updated figure shown is from the CIA.|group="Note"}} Third-largest Arabic-speaking country.
16}} style="text-align:left;"Libya}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
17}} style="text-align:left;"Iran}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 7.07 style="text-align:left;" The area given is from the 2007 data and the CIA World Factbook. The Yearbook of the United Nations lists a figure of {{convert>1628750sqmigroup="Note"}}
18}} style="text-align:left;"Mongolia}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.68 style="text-align:left;"| Largest landlocked country that does not border a closed sea.
19}} style="text-align:left;"Peru}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.41 style="text-align:left;" Spanish language>Spanish-speaking country and third-largest country in South America.
20}} style="text-align:left;"Chad}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1.93 style="text-align:left; | Third-largest landlocked country and largest outside of Asia.
21}} style="text-align:left;"Niger}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.02 style="text-align:left;" | Largest country in West Africa.
22}} style="text-align:left;"Angola}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
23}} style="text-align:left;"Mali}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1.61
24}} style="text-align:left;"South Africa}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.38 style="text-align:left;" | Largest country in Southern Africa.
25}} style="text-align:left;"Colombia}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 8.8
26}} style="text-align:left;"Ethiopia}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.7 style="text-align:left;" East Africa.{{#tag:ref>Excluding the Ilemi Triangle ({{convertkm2disp=orgroup="Note"}}
27}} style="text-align:left;"Bolivia}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1.39
28}} style="text-align:left;"Mauritania}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.44
29}} style="text-align:left;"Egypt}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.6 style="text-align:left;" | Transcontinental country located between Asia and Africa.
30}} style="text-align:left;"Tanzania}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 6.49
31}} style="text-align:left;"Nigeria}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1.41
32}} style="text-align:left;"Venezuela}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 3.29
33}} style="text-align:left;"Pakistan}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 2.86 style="text-align:left;" Includes data for Pakistani-claimed territories of Kashmir, Azad Kashmir ({{convertkm2disp=orGilgit–Baltistan ({{convert>72520sqmiabbr=on}}).HTTP://WWW.GEOHIVE.COM/CNTRY/PAKISTAN.ASPX>TITLE=GEOHIVE – PAKISTAN POPULATION STATISTICSURL-STATUS=DEADARCHIVEDATE=2013-04-06796095sqmigroup="Note"}}
34}} style="text-align:left;"Namibia}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.12
35}} style="text-align:left;"Mozambique}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1.63
36}} style="text-align:left;"Turkey}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1.78 style="text-align:left;" | Transcontinental country located between Asia and Europe.
37}} style="text-align:left;"Chile}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1.63 style="text-align:left;" Excludes Antártica Chilena Province.>group="Note"}}
38}} style="text-align:left;"Zambia}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1.23
39}} style="text-align:left;"Myanmar}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 3.41 style="text-align:left;" |
40}} style="text-align:left;"Afghanistan}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
41}} style="text-align:left;"South Sudan}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{ntshnot determined >33376}}not determined {{hsnot determined{{#tag:ref>name="Sudan"}} style="text-align:left;" Figures shown in this entry are taken from the CIA.name="ciadata"}}
42}} style="text-align:left;"France}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.52 style="text-align:left;" metropolitan France (in Europe) as well as the five overseas department and region>overseas regions. This does not include New Caledonia (an autonomous sui generis collectivity), the five autonomous overseas collectivity, and the two uninhabited territories (the French Southern and Antarctic Lands and Clipperton Island) which are listed individually, although also part of the French Republic.{{#tag:ref>Source gives area of metropolitan France as {{convertkm2abbr=on}} and lists overseas regions separately, whose areas sum to {{convertkm2abbr=on}}. Adding these give the total shown here for the entire French Fifth Republic. The CIA reports the total as {{convert>643801sqmiInstitut national de la statistique et des études économiques>National Institute for Statistics and Economic Studies, gives an area figure of {{convertkm2abbr=on}}.Subdivisions, surface area and population of the French Republic, National Institute for Statistics and Economic Studies, accessed 11 March 2011. (The CIA gives a water area of metropolitan France as {{convertkm2abbr=on}}.)European Union according to the figures released by the UN{{#tag:ref>UN figure excludes Greenland and the Faroe Islands ({{convertkm2abbr=on}}) from Denmark, which is the true largest member state ({{convertkm2abbr=on}}) of the European Union.|group="Note"}} and third-largest country in Europe.
43}} style="text-align:left;"Somalia}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1.62
44}} style="text-align:left;"Central African Republic}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
45}} style="text-align:left;"Ukraine}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 4.01 style="text-align:left;"Europe.{{#tag:ref>The figure shown includes the area of Crimea ({{convertkm2disp=orde facto controlled by Russia, but claimed by Ukraine and internationally recognised as part of it.>group="Note"}}
46}} style="text-align:left;"Madagascar}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.94
47}} style="text-align:left;"Botswana}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 2.58 style="text-align:left;" All figures are those cited by the Food and Agriculture Organization.GLOBAL FOREST RESOURCES ASSESSMENT 2015: COUNTRY REPORT BOTSWANA >URL=HTTP://WWW.FAO.ORG/3/A-AZ171E.PDF PUBLISHER=FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION >ACCESSDATE=29 DECEMBER 2015, |group="Note"}}
48}} style="text-align:left;"Kenya}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1.93
end}} – style="text-align:left;"France543940sqmidisp=br() Metropolitan France (the part of France located in Europe)
49}} style="text-align:left;"Yemen}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
50}} style="text-align:left;"Thailand}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.43
51}} style="text-align:left;"Spain}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1.26 style="text-align:left;" |Largest country in Southern Europe and second-largest member state of European Union.
52}} style="text-align:left;"Turkmenistan}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 3.72
53}} style="text-align:left;"Cameroon}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.57
54}} style="text-align:left;"Papua New Guinea}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 2.16
55}} style="text-align:left;"Sweden}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 8.87 style="text-align:left;" | Largest country in Northern Europe. Third-largest member state of European Union.
56}} style="text-align:left;"Uzbekistan}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 4.92
57}} style="text-align:left;"Morocco}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.06 style="text-align:left;" Does not include Western Sahara, shown separately. If Western Sahara is included, the area would be {{convertsqmigroup="Note"}}
58}} style="text-align:left;"Iraq}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.22 style="text-align:left;" Figure shown is from the 2007 data and the CIA World Factbook. The UN figure of {{convertkm2abbr=on}} excludes the three autonomous provinces of Iraqi Kurdistan.|group="Note"}}
59}} style="text-align:left;"Paraguay}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 2.32
60}} style="text-align:left;"Zimbabwe}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1
61}} style="text-align:left;"Japan}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 3.55 style="text-align:left;" East Asia and the world's 4th largest List of island countries>island country.{{#tag:refGeospatial Information Authority of Japan.HTTP://WWW.GSI.GO.JP/KIHONJOHOCHOUSA/KIHONJOHOCHOUSA61008.HTMLTRANS-TITLE=PUBLICIZING AREAS OF EACH PREFECTURE MUNICIPALITY DISTRICT AND MUNICIPALITY IN HEISEI 29 ACCESSDATE=19 SEPTEMBER 2018 ARCHIVEURL=HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20180919131533/HTTP://WWW.GSI.GO.JP/KIHONJOHOCHOUSA/KIHONJOHOCHOUSA61008.HTML DF=, HTTPS://WWW.WORLDATLAS.COM/ARTICLES/WHICH-ARE-THE-ISLAND-COUNTRIES-OF-THE-WORLD.HTML >TITLE=ISLAND COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD ACCESSDATE=2019-08-10 ARCHIVEDATE=2017-12-07, |group="Note"}}
62}} style="text-align:left;"Germany}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 2.34 style="text-align:left;" Central Europe. Before the 1990 German reunification, West Germany was {{convert>248577sqmiEast Germany was {{convert>108333sqmi|abbr=values}}.
63}} style="text-align:left;" {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.15
64}} style="text-align:left;" Finland}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 10.15 style="text-align:left;" Includes the Ã…land Islands ({{convertkm2disp=orgroup="Note"}}
65}} style="text-align:left;" Vietnam}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 6.38
66}} style="text-align:left;" Malaysia}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.35
67}} style="text-align:left;" Norway}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 6.03 style="text-align:left;" Figures shown are from the CIA World Factbook; the UN data refers to mainland area only. All figures exclude Svalbard, Jan Mayen and Bouvet Island, shown separately, and the Antarctic territorial claims of Queen Maud Land and Peter I Island ({{convertkm2disp=orgroup="Note"}}
68}} style="text-align:left;" Ivory Coast}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1.38
69}} style="text-align:left;" Poland}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 3.07
70}} style="text-align:left;" Oman}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
71}} style="text-align:left;" Italy}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 2.39
72}} style="text-align:left;" Philippines}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.61
73}} style="text-align:left;" Ecuador}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 2.37 style="text-align:left;" May or may not include the Galápagos Islands ({{convertkm2disp=or283561sqmigroup="Note"}}
74}} style="text-align:left;" Burkina Faso}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.23 style="text-align:left;" The total area figure is that reported by the National Institute of Statistics and Demography of Burkina Faso (INSD).ANNUAIRE STATISTIQUE 2013 >LANGUAGE=FR PAGE=413 PUBLISHER=INSD ACCESSDATE=29 DECEMBER 2015, The water area is that reported by the Food and Agriculture OrganizationGLOBAL FOREST RESOURCES ASSESSMENT 2015: COUNTRY REPORT BURKINA FASO >URL=HTTP://WWW.FAO.ORG/3/A-AZ176F.PDF PAGE=28 FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION>FAO group="Note"}}
75}} style="text-align:left;" New Zealand}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1.65 style="text-align:left;" The government gives the total figure as {{convertkm2The New Zealand Land Cover Database, New Zealand Ministry for the Environment. Updated 1 July 2009. CIA World Factbook has total/land area of {{convert>267710sqmiNiue, the Cook Islands and Tokelau, shown separately, as well as the Antarctic claim of Ross Dependency.>group="Note"}}
76}} style="text-align:left;" Gabon}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 3.74
end}} – style="text-align:left;"Western Sahara}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" Administration is split between Morocco and the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic, both of which Legal status of Western Sahara.>group="Note"}}
77}} style="text-align:left;" Guinea}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.06
78}} style="text-align:left;" United Kingdom}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.69 style="text-align:left;" |Largest island country in Europe and Western Hemisphere.{{#tag:ref|Does not include the three Crown dependencies ({{convert|768|km2|sqmi|disp=or|abbr=on}}) and the 14 overseas territories ({{convert|1742857|km2|sqmi|disp=or|abbr=on}}), shown separately.|group="Note"}}
79}} style="text-align:left;"Uganda}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 18.23
80}} style="text-align:left;"Ghana}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 4.61
81}} style="text-align:left;"Romania}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 2.97
82}} style="text-align:left;"Laos}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 2.53 style="text-align:left;" | Only landlocked country in South East Asia.
83}} style="text-align:left;"Guyana}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 8.43 style="text-align:left;" |
84}} style="text-align:left;"Belarus}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 2.26 style="text-align:left;" Landlocked country>landlocked country in Europe.
85}} style="text-align:left;"Kyrgyzstan}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 4.08 style="text-align:left;" |
86}} style="text-align:left;"Senegal}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 2.13 style="text-align:left;" |
87}} style="text-align:left;"Syria}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.84 style="text-align:left;" Includes the parts of the Golan Heights ({{convertkm2disp=orIsrael.>group="Note"}}
88}} style="text-align:left;"Cambodia}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 2.5
89}} style="text-align:left;"Uruguay}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.68
end}} – style="text-align:left;" Somaliland}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} style="text-align:left;" Somaliland is claimed in whole by Somalia, and has no international recognition|group="Note"}}
90}} style="text-align:left;"Suriname}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 4.77 style="text-align:left;" | Smallest country in South America.
91}} style="text-align:left;"Tunisia}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 5.04
92}} style="text-align:left;"Bangladesh}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 9.6 style="text-align:left;" Area according to Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics is {{convertkm2disp=orgroup="Note"}}
93}} style="text-align:left;"Nepal}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 2.6 style="text-align:left;" Himalayas>Himalayan range.
94}} style="text-align:left;"Tajikistan}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1.81
95}} style="text-align:left;"Greece}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.99
96}} style="text-align:left;"Nicaragua}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 7.96 style="text-align:left;" | Largest country in Central America.
97}} style="text-align:left;" {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.11
98}} style="text-align:left;"Malawi}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 20.6
99}} style="text-align:left;"Eritrea}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 14.12
100}} style="text-align:left;"Benin}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.40 style="text-align:left;"Benin's official total area increased from {{convertkm2abbr=on}} to {{convertkm2abbr=on}} following the resolution of the Lete Island dispute in 2005.HTTP://ILLASSA-BENOIT.OVER-BLOG.COM/ARTICLE-11817649.HTML >TITLE=LA SUPERFICIE DU BéNIN PASSE DE 112.622 KM2 à 113.440 KM2 DATE=15 AUGUST 2007 Food and Agriculture OrganizationGLOBAL FOREST RESOURCES ASSESSMENT 2015: COUNTRY REPORT BENIN URL=HTTP://WWW.FAO.ORG/3/A-AZ166F.PDF PUBLISHER=FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION >ACCESSDATE=29 DECEMBER 2015, and the land area is the difference between these two figures, rounded to the nearest square kilometre. |group="Note"}}
101}} style="text-align:left;"Honduras}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.18
102}} style="text-align:left;"Liberia}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 13.51
103}} style="text-align:left;"Bulgaria}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 2.16
104}} style="text-align:left;"Cuba}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.94 style="text-align:left;" | Largest country in the West Indies.
105}} style="text-align:left;"Guatemala}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1.59
106}} style="text-align:left;"Iceland}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 2.67
107}} style="text-align:left;" {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.3
108}} style="text-align:left;"Hungary}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 3.68
109}} style="text-align:left;"Portugal}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.67
110}} style="text-align:left;"Jordan}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.6
111}} style="text-align:left;" Serbia}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.13 style="text-align:left;" Serbo-Croatian-speaking country. {{#tag:ref>The figure shown includes the area of Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija, which is de facto independent from Serbia as the Kosovo>Republic of Kosovo ({{convertkm2abbr=on77474sqmigroup="Note"}}
112}} style="text-align:left;" Azerbaijan}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.13 style="text-align:left;" Caucasus. Transcontinental country located between Asia and Europe. {{#tag:ref>The figure shown includes the area of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic ({{convertkm2abbr=onde facto independent from Azerbaijan.>group="Note"}}
113}} style="text-align:left;" Austria}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1.7
114}} style="text-align:left;" United Arab Emirates}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
115}} style="text-align:left;" Czech Republic}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}}{{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 2.05
116}} style="text-align:left;"Panama}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1.43
117}} style="text-align:left;"Sierra Leone}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.17
118}} style="text-align:left;"Ireland}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1.98 style="text-align:left;" Republic of Ireland, the Ireland>island of Ireland is {{convertkm2disp=orACCESSDATE=2009-10-15 ARCHIVEURL=HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20091124012641/HTTP://WWW.GOV.IE/EN/ESSAYS/GEOGRAPHY.HTML DF=,
119}} style="text-align:left;"Georgia}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" Asia and Europe.{{#tag:ref>The figure shown includes the areas of Abkhazia ({{convertkm2disp=orAbkhazia at Encyclopædia Britannica and South Ossetia ({{convert>3900sqmiabbr=on}}),South Ossetia at World English Dictionary both de facto independent from Georgia.|group="Note"}}
120}} style="text-align:left;"Sri Lanka}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 4.4
121}} style="text-align:left;"Lithuania}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 4.01
122}} style="text-align:left;"Latvia}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 3.62
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>Svalbard}} (Norway) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" The UN gives a combined area for Svalbard and Jan Mayen as {{convertkm2abbr=on}}. The separate figures shown are from the CIA World Factbook. |group="Note"}}
123}} style="text-align:left;"Togo}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 4.23
124}} style="text-align:left;"Croatia}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1.1
125}} style="text-align:left;"Bosnia and Herzegovina}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.02
126}} style="text-align:left;"Costa Rica}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.08
127}} style="text-align:left;"Slovakia}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1.9
128}} style="text-align:left;"Dominican Republic}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.72
129}} style="text-align:left;"Estonia}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 6.28
130}} style="text-align:left;"Denmark}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1.53 style="text-align:left;" Greenland and the Faroe Islands.{{#tag:ref>The UN figure includes only the constituent country Denmark; the entire Denmark, including Greenland and the Faroe Islands covers {{convert>2220093sqmigroup="Note"}}
131}} style="text-align:left;" {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 18.41 style="text-align:left;" Caribbean Netherlands>special municipalities, but excludes other countries in the Kingdom of the Netherlands, shown separately.{{#tag:refauthor=Central Bureau of Statisticsjournal=Land- en Tuinbouwcijfersurl=https://www.cbs.nl/-/media/imported/documents/2009/36/2009-j29-pub.pdflanguage=Dutchpage=14Netherlands>European Netherlands as {{convertkm2abbr=on}} and lists the three special municipalities separately, whose areas sum to {{convertkm2abbr=on}}. Adding these gives the total shown here for the entire country of the Netherlands.{{Citationtitle=Statistical Yearbook of the Netherlands Antilles, 2009url=year=2009Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten, the total area of the Kingdom of the Netherlands covers {{convert>42508sqmigroup="Note"|name="neth"}}
132}} style="text-align:left;"Switzerland}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 3.1 style="text-align:left;" The figure from the UN demographic yearbook ({{convertkm2abbr=ondate=September 20147.15sqmigroup="Note"}}
133}} style="text-align:left;"Bhutan}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
end}} – style="text-align:left;"Taiwan}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 10.34 style="text-align:left;" Republic of China (1912–1949)>Republic of China included Mainland China, Mongolia, Taiwan and other areas, totaling {{convertkm2abbr=on}}.{{#tag:refMinistry of the Interior (Taiwan)>Ministry of the Interior, Republic of China. The CIA gives a total area of {{convertkm2abbr=on}}. The total constitutional land area of the Republic of China is {{convertkm2abbr=on}}, which includes modern-day Taiwan, Mongolia, and Mainland China.PDF >URL=HTTP://SOWF.MOI.GOV.TW/STAT/MONTH/ELIST.HTM PUBLISHER=MINISTRY OF THE INTERIOR – REPUBLIC OF CHINA (TAIWAN)group="Note"}}
134}} style="text-align:left;"Guinea-Bissau}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 22.16
135}} style="text-align:left;"Moldova}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 2.84 style="text-align:left;" The figure shown includes the area of Transnistria ({{convertkm2abbr=onde facto independent from Moldova.>group="Note"}}
136}} style="text-align:left;"Belgium}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.82
137}} style="text-align:left;"Lesotho}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
138}} style="text-align:left;"Armenia}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 4.71
139}} style="text-align:left;"Solomon Islands}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 3.15
140}} style="text-align:left;"Albania}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 4.7
141}} style="text-align:left;"Equatorial Guinea}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
142}} style="text-align:left;"Burundi}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 7.73
143}} style="text-align:left;"Haiti}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.68
144}} style="text-align:left;"Rwanda}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 6.34
145}} style="text-align:left;"North Macedonia}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1.09
146}} style="text-align:left;"Djibouti}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.09
147}} style="text-align:left;"Belize}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.7
148}} style="text-align:left;"El Salvador}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1.52 style="text-align:left;" | Smallest country in continental North America.
149}} style="text-align:left;"Israel}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 2.12 style="text-align:left;" Figures shown are from the CIA. The UN/Israel Central Bureau of Statistics figure of {{convertkm2abbr=on}} includes the Golan Heights ({{convertkm2disp=orEast Jerusalem ({{convert>70sqmiabbr=on}}), which are not internationally recognised as part of Israel.|group="Note"}}
150}} style="text-align:left;"Slovenia}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.6
end}} – style="text-align:left;"New CaledoniaFrance)'' >18575sqmidisp=br()18275sqmidisp=br()300sqmidisp=br()|
151}} style="text-align:left;"Fiji}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
152}} style="text-align:left;"Kuwait}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
153}} style="text-align:left;"Eswatini}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.92
154}} style="text-align:left;"East Timor}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
155}} style="text-align:left;" {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 27.88
156}} style="text-align:left;"Montenegro}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 2.61
157}} style="text-align:left;"Vanuatu}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>Falkland Islands}} (United Kingdom) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
158}} style="text-align:left;"Qatar}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
end}} – style="text-align:left;"Artsakh}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1 style="text-align:left;" Nagorno-Karabakh is claimed in whole by Azerbaijan, and has International recognition of Nagorno-Karabakh>group="Note"}} 5.000 km2. Armenian-controlled territories surrounding Nagorno-Karabakh by regions 11,5 km2.
159}} style="text-align:left;" {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 11.47 style="text-align:left;" | Smallest country in continental Africa.
160}} style="text-align:left;"Jamaica}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1.46
end}} – style="text-align:left;"Kosovo}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} style="text-align:left;" Kosovo is claimed in whole by Serbia, and has International recognition of Kosovo>group="Note"}}
161}} style="text-align:left;"Lebanon}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1.63 style="text-align:left;" | Second smallest country in continental Asia.
162}} style="text-align:left;"Cyprus}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.11 style="text-align:left;" Includes the largely unrecognized but de facto independent Northern Cyprus ({{convertkm2disp=orUnited Nations Buffer Zone in Cyprus>UN buffer zone ({{convertkm2disp=orAkrotiri and Dhekelia ({{convert>254sqmiabbr=on}}).|group="Note"}}
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>Puerto Rico}} (United States) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 35.2 style="text-align:left;" United States after the Hawaii (island)>Big Island of Hawaii and Kodiak Island of Alaska. Also the smallest part of Hispanic America.
end}} – style="text-align:left;"Abkhazia}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} style="text-align:left;"Abkhazia is claimed in whole by Georgia (country), and has International recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia>limited international recognition|group="Note"}}
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>French Southern and Antarctic Lands}} (France) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1.03 style="text-align:left;" Adélie Land in Antarctica.{{#tag:ref>The UN source has no data for the French Southern and Antarctic Lands. The figure given here is the total of all areas listed separately in the CIA World Factbook.French Southern and Antarctic Lands, CIA Factbook, as of December 29, 2010.|group="Note"}}
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>United States Minor Outlying Islands}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{hs69372
end}} – style="text-align:left;" {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 3.9 style="text-align:left;" The CIA gives the areas of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip separately as {{convertkm2abbr=on}} and {{convertkm2abbr=on}} respectively weblinkweblink The figure for the West Bank includes East Jerusalem and Green Line (Israel), but excludes Mount Scopus.>group="Note"}}
163}} style="text-align:left;"Brunei}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 8.67 style="text-align:left;" |
164}} style="text-align:left;"Trinidad and Tobago}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" |
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>French Polynesia}} (France) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 8.16
end}} – style="text-align:left;"Transnistria}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} style="text-align:left;" Transnistria is claimed in whole by Moldova, and has International recognition of Transnistria>group="Note"}}
165}} style="text-align:left;"Cape Verde}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" |
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands}} (United Kingdom) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" name="ciadata"}}
end}} – style="text-align:left;"South Ossetia}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} style="text-align:left;" South Ossetia is claimed in whole by Georgia (country), and has International recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia>limited international recognition|group="Note"}}
end}} – style="text-align:left;"Northern Cyprus}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} style="text-align:left;" Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus is a self-declared state recognised only by Turkey.|group="Note"}}
166}} style="text-align:left;"Samoa}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.35
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>Hong Kong}} (China) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} HTTP://WWW.LANDSD.GOV.HK/MAPPING/EN/PUBLICATIONS/TOTAL.HTM>TITLE=SURVEY AND MAPPING OFFICE – CIRCULARS AND PUBLICATIONS|
167}} style="text-align:left;"Luxembourg}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;"European microstates>European microstate or island country
end}} – style="text-align:left;"Bir Tawil (Terra nullius) >2060sqmidisp=br()2060sqmidisp=br()0sqmidisp=br()|
168}} style="text-align:left;"Mauritius}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0.49 style="text-align:left;" Figure shown is from the CIA World Factbook. The UN figure of {{convertkm2abbr=on}} excludes the Agaléga and St. Brandon>Cargados Carajos.|group="Note"}}
169}} style="text-align:left;"Comoros}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" The CIA World Factbook and the UN give an area of {{convertkm2abbr=on}}, which includes Mayotte ({{convertkm2abbr=on}}), an overseas department of France.|group="Note"}}
end}} – style="text-align:left;"Finland)'' {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} style="text-align:left;" Åland Islands are an Autonomous region of Finland. As an Autonomous region of Finland, they are inside the European Union.|group="Note"}}
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>Faroe Islands}} (Denmark) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{ntshNegligible >0.001}}Negligible style="text-align:left;" There are some lakes and streams of unknown area.|group="Note"}}
170}} style="text-align:left;" {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" |
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>Turks and Caicos Islands}} (United Kingdom) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" name="ciadata"}}
171}} style="text-align:left;"Kiribati}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" The figure shown is from the CIA World Factbook, and refers to land area only. The UN figure excludes {{convertkm2abbr=on}} of uninhabited islands.|group="Note"}}
172}} style="text-align:left;"Bahrain}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" |
173}} style="text-align:left;"Dominica}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
174}} style="text-align:left;"Tonga}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 4.02
175}} style="text-align:left;"Singapore}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1.43
176}} style="text-align:left;" {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{ntshNegligible >0.001}}Negligible
177}} style="text-align:left;"Saint Lucia}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 1.62 style="text-align:left;" The figure shown is from the CIA Factbook. The UN value of {{convertkm2abbr=on}} refers to habitable area only and excludes the country's central forest reserve.|group="Note"}}
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>Isle of Man}} (United Kingdom) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>Guam}} (United States) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
178}} style="text-align:left;"Andorra}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>Northern Mariana Islands}} (United States) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
179}} style="text-align:left;"Palau}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
180}} style="text-align:left;"Seychelles}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" | Smallest country in Africa.
end}} – style="text-align:left;"Curaçao}} (Kingdom of the Netherlands)'' >444sqmidisp=br()444sqmidisp=br()0sqmidisp=br(){{#tag:refgroup="Note"|name="neth"}}
181}} style="text-align:left;"Antigua and Barbuda}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
182}} style="text-align:left;"Barbados}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" |
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>Heard Island and McDonald Islands}} (Australia) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;"name="ciadata"}}
183}} style="text-align:left;"Saint Vincent and the Grenadines}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>Jan Mayen}} (Norway) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
end}} – style="text-align:left;"}} (United States) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 81.88
184}} style="text-align:left;"Grenada}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
185}} style="text-align:left;"Malta}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha}} (United Kingdom) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" The total area of Saint Helena is {{convertkm2Ascension Island is {{convert>88sqmi}}, and Tristan da Cunha is {{convertkm2group="Note"}}
186}} style="text-align:left;"Maldives}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" | Smallest country in Asia.
end}} – style="text-align:left;"Netherlands)'' {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>Cayman Islands}} (United Kingdom) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
187}} style="text-align:left;"Saint Kitts and Nevis}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" | Smallest country in the Americas and the Western Hemisphere.
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>Niue}} (New Zealand) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" Niue, in associated state with New Zealand, has Foreign relations of Niue>limited international recognition|group="Note"}}
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>Akrotiri and Dhekelia}} (United Kingdom) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{ntshnot determined >0.1}}not determined {{hsnot determined > There is a salt lake and some wetlands of unknown area.
end}} – style="text-align:left;"Saint Pierre and Miquelon (France)'' >242sqmidisp=br()242sqmidisp=br()0sqmidisp=br()|
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>Cook Islands}} (New Zealand) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" The Cook Islands, in associated state with New Zealand, has Foreign relations of the Cook Islands>limited international recognition|group="Note"}}
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>American Samoa}} (United States) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
188}} style="text-align:left;"Marshall Islands}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 98.47
end}} – style="text-align:left;"Aruba}} (Kingdom of the Netherlands)'' >180sqmidisp=br()180sqmidisp=br()0sqmidisp=br()|
189}} style="text-align:left;"Liechtenstein}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>British Virgin Islands}} (United Kingdom) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
end}} – style="text-align:left;"Wallis and Futuna (France)'' >142sqmidisp=br()142sqmidisp=br()0sqmidisp=br()|
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>Christmas Island}} (Australia) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" Data is from the 2007 statistics.name="2007data"}}
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>Jersey}} (United Kingdom) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>Montserrat}} (United Kingdom) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>Anguilla}} (United Kingdom) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
end}} – style="text-align:left;"Bailiwick of GuernseyUnited Kingdom)'' >78sqmidisp=br()78sqmidisp=br()0sqmidisp=br()|
190}} style="text-align:left;"San Marino}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>British Indian Ocean Territory}} (United Kingdom) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 99.89 style="text-align:left;" The UN gives no information for the British Indian Ocean Territory. The figure given here was taken from the CIA Factbook, and refers to land area only.|group="Note"}}
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>Saint Martin}} (France) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{ntshNegligible >0.001}}Negligible style="text-align:left;" name="ciadata"}}
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>Bermuda}} (United Kingdom) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>Bouvet Island}} (Norway) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" name="ciadata"}}
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>Pitcairn Islands}} (United Kingdom) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" The figure shown is from the CIA Factbook, and includes Henderson Island (Pitcairn Islands), Ducie Island>Ducie, and Oeno Island. The UN figure is {{convertkm2disp=orgroup="Note"}}
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>Norfolk Island}} (Australia) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
end}} – style="text-align:left;"Sint Maarten}} (Kingdom of the Netherlands)'' >34sqmidisp=br()34sqmidisp=br()0sqmidisp=br(){{#tag:refgroup="Note"|name="neth"}}
weblink>Current statistics: March 2014 – Direcçāo dos Serviços de Cartografia e Cadastro (Cartography and Cadastre Bureau)}} Including University of Macau's New Hengqin Campus|group="Note"}}
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>Macau}} (China) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" {{url
191}} style="text-align:left;"Tuvalu}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" | Smallest Commonwealth realm.
192}} style="text-align:left;"Nauru}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" | Smallest island country, smallest republic and smallest country that is not a city-state
end}} – style="text-align:left;"Saint Barthélemy (France)'' >21sqmidisp=br()21}}not determined {{ntshnot determined >0.001}}not determined style="text-align:left;" name="ciadata"}}
end}} – style="text-align:left;"Netherlands)'' {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{ntshnot determined >0.1}}not determined {{hsnot determined >
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>Cocos (Keeling) Islands}} (Australia) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" name="2007data"}}
end}} – style="text-align:left;"Netherlands)'' {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{ntshnot determined >0.1}}not determined {{hsnot determined >
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>Tokelau}} (New Zealand) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist>Gibraltar}} (United Kingdom) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" British Overseas Territories>British Overseas Territory
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist> Clipperton Island }} (France) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 66.67 style="text-align:left;" |
end}} – style="text-align:left;"{{flaglist> Ashmore and Cartier Islands }} (Australia) {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} {{convertkm2abbr=valuessortable=on}} 0 style="text-align:left;" |
end}} – style="text-align:left;" Spratly Islands }} (Spratly Islands dispute)'' >4.9}}


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