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.
|1||Russia*||3,972,400||3,999,364 km² including Crimea. 17,098,242 km² including North Asia while excluding Crimea as it is a contested territory with most European states claiming it is Ukrainian territory.|
|3||France||551,695||643,801 km² when the overseas departments are included.|
|4||Spain||498,468||505,992 km² when the Canary Islands, Ceuta and Melilla are included.|
|6||Norway||385,178||This includes Svalbard and Jan Mayen|
|11||United Kingdom*||242,495||260,665 km² when the British Overseas Territories (except British Antarctic Territory) are included.|
|21||Serbia||77,453||88,361 km² including Kosovo|
|26||Bosnia and Herzegovina||51,129|
|29||Denmark||44,493||This includes Faroe Islands; 2,210,579 km² including Greenland|
|31||Netherlands||41,198||Excluding Caribbean Netherlands, Aruba, Curacao and Sint Maarten.|
|39||Kosovo||10,908||Partially recognized state|
|40||Azerbaijan*||6,960||86,600 km² including Asian part|
|42||Georgia*||2,428||69,700 km² including Asian part|
Notes[change | change source]
- "Updated land cover figures". ssb.no. Retrieved 2015-11-21.