List of European countries by area

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This is a list of European countries, by geographical area:

Notes: Some of these countries are also considered part of Asia. Their names are given in italics and only their European area is given.

Not all states within the geographical region are part of the European Union, although member states are in the majority. Non-member states are marked with an asterisk (*). This currently includes all of the Asian border states.

Some of the smaller countries, marked (†), are represented indirectly in the EU by larger EU members.

Rank Country Area km²
1 Russia* 3,960,000
2 Ukraine* 603,628
3 France (mainland) 551,695
4 Spain 505,992
5 Sweden 449,964
6 Norway* 385,155
7 Germany 357,050
8 Finland 338,145
9 Poland 312,685
10 Italy 301,318
11 United Kingdom 244,820
12 Romania 238,392
13 Belarus* 207,600
14 Kazakhstan* 150,000
15 Greece 131,940
16 Bulgaria 110,910
17 Iceland* 103,000
18 Hungary 93,030
19 Portugal 91,568
20 Serbia* 88,361
21 Ireland 84,420
22 Austria 83,858
23 Czech Republic 78,866
24 Republic of Ireland 70,280
25 Georgia* 69,700
26 Lithuania 65,200
27 Latvia 64,589
28 Croatia 56,542
29 Bosnia and Herzegovina* 51,129
30 Slovakia 48,845
31 Estonia 45,226
32 Denmark [Note 1] 43,094
33 Netherlands 41,526
34 Switzerland* 41,290
35 Moldova* 33,843
36 Belgium 30,510
37 Albania* 28,748
38 Macedonia* 25,333
39 Turkey* 24,378
40 Slovenia 20,273
41 Montenegro* 13,812
42 Cyprus 9,251
43 Azerbaijan* 7,110
44 Luxembourg 2,586
45 Andorra 468
46 Malta 316
47 Liechtenstein 160
48 San Marino 61
49 Monaco 1.95
50 Vatican City 0.44
Total 10,180,000

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  1. Most of Denmark's territory is outside Europe, in Greenland (2,166,086 km2)