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(Àtúnjúwe láti List of countries and outlying territories by total area)

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Rank Country Area (km2)[a] Area (sq mi) % of Total Notes
1   Rọ́síà 17,098,242 6,601,668 11.5% The largest country in the world.
2   Kánádà 9,984,670 3,855,100 6.7% The largest country in the Americas.
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  Orílẹ̀-èdè Olómìnira àwọn Ará ilẹ̀ Ṣáínà 9,596,961–9,640,011 3,705,407–3,722,029 6.4%-6.5% The largest all-Asian country.
The smaller entry is the United Nations official figure for Mainland China, excluding: Special Administrative Regions of Hong Kong and Macau;[1] Taiwan and other islands of the Republic of China;[2] all territories disputed with India;[3] coastal and territorial waters. The larger entry includes Aksai Chin and Trans-Karakoram Tract, which are controlled by PRC, but claimed by India.[4] The total area of China is listed as 9,572,900 km2 (3,696,100 sq mi) by the Encyclopædia Britannica.[5] See: territorial changes and land reclamations of P.R. China
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(depending on definition)
  Àwọn Ìpínlẹ̀ Aṣọ̀kan Amẹ́ríkà 9,629,091 3,717,813 6.5% Includes only the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
The United Nations official figure includes coastal water areas and the U.S. share of the Great Lakes. The total area of United States is listed as 9,826,630 km2 (3,794,080 sq mi) by the CIA World Factbook which further includes territorial waters.[6][7] The total area of the United States is listed as 9,522,055 km2 (3,676,486 sq mi) by the Encyclopædia Britannica.[8]
5   Brasil 8,514,877 3,287,612 5.7% Includes Arquipélago de Fernando de Noronha, Atol das Rocas, Ilha da Trindade, Ilhas Martim Vaz, and Penedos de São Pedro e São Paulo. All islands together make up 365 km2 (141 sq mi) (less than 0.003% of all continental territory). The largest country in South America.
6   Austrálíà 7,692,024 2,969,907 5.2% Includes Cocos (Keeling) Islands (14 km2 or 5.4 sq mi*), Christmas Island (135 km2 or 52 sq mi*), Macquarie Island (128 km2 or 49 sq mi*), and Lord Howe Island (56 km2 or 22 sq mi*).[9] Excludes the external territories of Norfolk Island (36 km2 or 14 sq mi*), Ashmore and Cartier Islands (5 km2 or 1.9 sq mi*), Coral Sea Islands Territory (0.91 km2 or 0.35 sq mi*), and Heard and McDonald Islands (372 km2 or 144 sq mi*). Excludes the claim of the Australian Antarctic Territory (5,896,500 km2 or 2,276,700 sq mi*).
7   Índíà 3,201,446–3,287,263 1,236,085–1,269,219 2.1%-2.3% Smaller figure excludes Indian Kashmir and Arunachal Pradesh which are claimed by Pakistan and China respectively. Larger figure includes 120,849 km2 (46,660 sq mi) of disputed territories with Pakistan and China.[10]
8   Argẹntínà 2,780,400 1,073,500 2% Does not include claims on the Falkland Islands (12,200 km2 or 4,700 sq mi*), South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands and on Antarctica (969,000 km2 or 374,000 sq mi*).
9   Kàsàkstán 2,724,900 1,052,100 1.8% Largest landlocked country in the world.[11][12]
10  
Sudan ||  style="text-align:right;"|2,505,813
967,500 1.7% Largest country in Africa and in the Arab World.
11   Àlgéríà 2,381,741 919,595 1.6%
12  
Orílẹ̀-èdè Olómìnira Olóṣèlú ilẹ̀ Kóngò ||  style="text-align:right;"|2,344,858
905,355 1.6%
13   Grínlándì 2,166,086 836,330 1.5% A constituent country of the Kingdom of Denmark. Largest island that is not a continent.
14   Sáúdí Arábíà 2,149,690 830,000 1.4% Largest country in the Middle East.
15   Mẹ́ksíkò 1,964,375 758,449 1.3% Includes 1,959,248 km2 or 756,470 sq mi* on the mainland and 244 islands located in the Gulf of California, Gulf of Mexico, Pacific Ocean, and the Caribbean Sea which cover a combined area of 5,127 km2 or 1,980 sq mi*.[13] It does not include claims on Clipperton Island (Spánì: Isla de la Pasión) 8.9 km2 or 3.4 sq mi*.
16   Indonésíà 1,860,360 718,290 1.3% Largest country in Southeast Asia.
17   Líbyà 1,759,540 679,360 1.2%
18   Ìránì 1,628,750 628,860 1.1%
19   Mòngólíà 1,564,100 603,900 1.1%
20   Perú 1,285,216 496,225 0.86%
21   Tsad 1,284,000 496,000 0.86%
22   Nìjẹ̀r 1,267,000 489,000 0.85%
23   Àngólà 1,246,700 481,400 0.85%
24   Málì 1,240,192 478,841 0.83%
25   Gúúsù Áfríkà 1,221,037 471,445 0.82% Includes Prince Edward Islands (Marion Island and Prince Edward Island).
26   Kòlómbìà 1,141,748 440,831 0.76%
27   Ethiópíà 1,104,300 426,400 0.74% Excluding the Ilemi Triangle.
28   Bòlífíà 1,098,581 424,164 0.74%
29  
Mauritáníà ||  style="text-align:right;"|1,025,520
395,960 0.69%
30   Ẹ́gíptì 1,002,000 387,000 0.67% Excluding the Hala'ib Triangle.
31   Tànsáníà 945,087 364,900 0.63% Includes the islands of Mafia, Pemba, and Zanzibar.
32   Nàìjíríà 923,768 356,669 0.62%
33   Fenesuela 912,050 352,140 0.61%
34   Nàmíbíà 824,116 318,193 0.55%
35   Mòsámbìk 801,590 309,500 0.54%
36   Pakístàn 796,095–881,912 307,374–340,508 0.53%-0.59% Smaller figure excludes data for disputed territories of Jammu and Kashmir that are disputed with India. This region consists of the territories of Azad Kashmir (13,297 km2 or 5,134 sq mi*) and the Northern Areas (72,520 km2 or 28,000 sq mi*).[14]
Larger figure includes Indian administered Kashmir.
37   Túrkì 783,562 302,535 0.53%
38   Tsílè 756,102 291,933 0.51% Includes Easter Island (Isla de Pascua; Rapa Nui) and Isla Sala y Gómez, excludes claims on Antarctica (1,250,000 km2 or 480,000 sq mi*).
39   Sámbíà 752,612 290,585 0.51%
40   Myanmar 676,578 261,228 0.45%
41  


Afghanístàn ||  style="text-align:right;"|652,090
251,770 0.44%
42   Sòmálíà 637,657 246,201 0.43%
43   Fránsì 632,834 244,339 0.43% Largest country within the European Union and largest West European country. Includes the overseas departments of French Guiana (83,534 km2 or 32,253 sq mi*); Guadeloupe (1,703 km2 (658 sq mi) exept for Saint Barthélemy and Saint Martin); Martinique (1,128 km2 or 436 sq mi*); and Réunion Island (2,504 km2 or 967 sq mi*), which the UN lists as separate entries.

Excludes New Caledonia 18,575 km2 (7,172 sq mi), an overseas island in the South Pacific Ocean.
Metropolitan France covers 543,965 km2 (210,026 sq mi).[15] The French Republic includes French overseas territories and covers 674,843 km2 (260,558 sq mi), excluding the French claims on a sector of Antarctica (432,000 km2 or 167,000 sq mi*).

44   Orílẹ̀-èdè Olómìnira Àrin Áfríkà 622,984 240,535 0.42%
45   Ukréìn 603,500 233,000 0.41% Largest country wholly in Europe.
46   Madagáskàr 587,041 226,658 0.39%
47   Bòtswánà 582,000 225,000 0.39%
48   Kẹ́nyà 580,367 224,081 0.39%
49   Yemen 527,968 203,850 0.35% Includes Perim, Socotra, the former Yemen Arab Republic (YAR or North Yemen), and the former People's Democratic Republic of Yemen (PDRY or South Yemen).
50   Tháílàndì 513,120 198,120 0.34%
51   Spéìn 505,992 195,365 0.34% Includes Spanish possessions on or near the coast of Africa (Islas Chafarinas, Peñón de Alhucemas, and Peñón de Vélez de la Gomera).
52   Turkmẹ́nìstán 488,100 188,500 0.33%
53   Kamẹrúùn 475,442 183,569 0.32%
54   Papua Guinea Titun 462,840 178,700 0.31%
55   Ùsbẹ̀kìstán 447,400 172,700 0.30%
56   Mòrókò 446,550 172,410 0.30% Excluding Western Sahara.
57   Swídìn 441,370 170,410 0.30% Includes Gotland and Öland.

The Country Facts page for the Kingdom of Sweden gives the total area as 449,964 square kilometres (173,732 sq mi).[16]

58   Irak 438,317 169,235 0.29%
59   Paragúáì 406,752 157,048 0.27%
60   Sìmbábúè 390,757 150,872 0.26%
61   Japan 377,930 145,920 0.25% Includes the 47 prefectures of Japan; excludes the disputed southern Kuril Islands.
62   Jẹ́mánì 357,114 137,882 0.24% Before the German reunification took place on 3 October 1990, Germany consisted of the former Federal Republic of Germany (FRG, West Germany) with 248,689 km2 (96,019 sq mi) and the German Democratic Republic (GDR, East Germany) with 108,333 km2 (41,828 sq mi).
63  
Orílẹ̀-èdè Olómìnira ilẹ̀ Kóngò || style="text-align:right;"|342,000
132,000 0.23%
64   Fínlándì 338,419 130,664 0.23% Includes Åland Islands (1,552 km2 or 599 sq mi*).
65   Fiẹtnám 331,212 127,882 0.22%
66   Malaysia 330,803 127,724 0.22%
67   Nọ́rwèy 323,802 125,021 0.22% Includes mainland Norway only; excludes the integral overseas areas of Svalbard and Jan Mayen (62,422 km2 or 24,101 sq mi*) and the dependency of Bouvet Island (49 km2 or 19 sq mi*) and the Antarctic dependency claims of Queen Maud Land (2,500,000 km2 or 970,000 sq mi*) and Peter I Island (243 km2 or 94 sq mi*).
68   Côte d'Ivoire 322,463 124,504 0.22%
69   Pólàndì 312,685 120,728 0.21%
70   Oman 309,500 119,500 0.21%
71   Itálíà 301,336 116,346 0.20% Includes Sicily and Sardinia.
72   Filipínì 300,000 120,000 0.20% The figure given on a Philippine Government website is 299,764 km2 (115,740 sq mi).[17]
73  
Bùrkínà Fasò || style="text-align:right;"|274,222
105,878 0.18%
74   New Zealand 270,467 104,428 0.18% Includes Antipodes Islands, Auckland Islands, Bounty Islands, Campbell Island, Chatham Islands, and Kermadec Islands. Excludes Niue (260 km2 or 100 sq mi*), the Cook Islands (236 km2 or 91 sq mi*) and Tokelau (12 km2 or 4.6 sq mi*), as well as the Antarctic claim of Ross Dependency (450,000 km2 or 170,000 sq mi*).
75   Gàbọ̀n 267,668 103,347 0.18%
76 [Apáìwọ̀orùn Sàhárà]] 266,000 103,000 0.18% Administration is split between Morocco and the largely unrecognized Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic, both of which claim the entire territory (see Legal status of Western Sahara).
77   Ẹ̀kùàdọ̀r 256,369 98,985 0.20% Includes Galápagos Islands.
78   Guinea 245,857 94,926 0.17%
79   Ilẹ̀ọba Aṣọ̀kan 242,900 93,800 0.16% Comprises the four countries of   England (130,422 km2 or 50,356 sq mi*),   Scotland (78,133 km2 or 30,167 sq mi*),   Wales (20,779 km2 or 8,023 sq mi*), and Northern Ireland (13,576 km2 or 5,242 sq mi*).[18] Excludes the three Crown Dependencies (768 km2 or 297 sq mi*) and British overseas territories (1,742,857 km2 or 672,921 sq mi*)
80  
Ùgándà || style="text-align:right;"|241,038
93,065 0.16%
81   Ghánà 238,539 92,100 0.16%
82   Románíà 238,391 92,043 0.16% Largest country in Southeastern Europe.
83   Láọ̀s 236,800 91,400 0.16%
84   Gùyánà 214,969 83,000 0.14%
85   Bẹ̀lárùs 207,600 80,200 0.14%
86   Kirgistani 199,951 77,202 0.13%
87   Sẹ̀nẹ̀gàl 196,722 75,955 0.13%
88   Síríà 185,180 71,500 0.12% Including the Golan Heights which is currently administered by Israel.
89   Kàmbódíà 181,035 69,898 0.12%
90   Urugúáì 176,215 68,037 0.12%
91   Sùrìnámù 163,820 63,250 0.11% Smallest country in South America.
92   Tùnísíà 163,610 63,170 0.11%
93   Nepal 147,181 56,827 0.10%
94   Bangladẹ́shì 143,998 55,598 0.10%
95   Tajikistan 143,100 55,300* 0.10%
96   Gríìsì 131,957 50,949 0.09%
97   Nikarágúà 130,373 50,337 0.09% Largest country in Central America.
98   Kòréà Àríwá 120,538 46,540 0.08%
99   Màláwì 118,484 45,747 0.08%
100   Ẹritrẹ́à 117,600 45,400 0.08% Includes Badme region.
101   Benin 112,622 43,484 0.08%
102   Họ̀ndúràs 112,492 43,433 0.08%
103  
Làìbéríà || style="text-align:right;"|111,369
43,000 0.07%
104   Bùlgáríà 110,879 42,811 0.07%
105   Kúbà 109,886 42,427 0.07% Largest country in the Caribbean
106   Guatẹmálà 108,889 42,042 0.07%
107   Íslándì 103,000 40,000 0.07%
108   Kòréà Gúúsù 99,678 38,486 0.07% Official figure as of September 2008 is 100,032 km2 (38,623 sq mi) [19]
109   Húngárì 93,028 35,918 0.06%
110   Pọ́rtúgàl 92,090 35,560 0.06% Includes Azores and Madeira Islands.
111   Jọ́rdánì 89,342 34,495 0.06%
112   Sérbíà 88,361 34,116 0.06% UN area figure includes   Kosovo, which has a total area of 10,887 km2 (4,203 sq mi).[20] Kosovo recently unilaterally declared itself independent to partial recognition; Serbia, Russia, China and others object. The area of Serbia without Kosovo is 77,474 km2 (29,913 sq mi).[21]
113   Azerbaijan 86,600 33,400 0.06% Includes the exclave of Nakhichevan Autonomous Republic. UN area figure includes the disputed territories of   Nagorno-Karabakh Republic (NKR), which is de facto independent from Azerbaijan, but whose independence remains internationally unrecognized. The area of NKR is 11,458 km2 (4,424 sq mi).[citation needed]
114   Austríà 83,871 32,383 0.06%
115   Àwọn Ẹ́mírétì Árábù Aṣọ̀kan 83,600 32,300 0.06%
116   Tsẹ́kì Olómìnira 78,867 30,451 0.05%
117   Panamá 75,517 29,157 0.05%
118   Siẹrra Léònè 71,740 27,700 0.05%
119   Írẹ́lándì 70,273 27,133 0.05%
120   Georgia 69,700 26,900 0.05% UN area figure includes the disputed territories of Àdàkọ:Country data Abkhazia and Àdàkọ:Country data South Ossetia, both of which are de facto independent from Georgia but whose independence has only been recognized by a small number of other states. The area of Abkhazia is 8,640 km2 (3,340 sq mi) and that of South Ossetia is 3,900 km2 (1,500 sq mi).[citation needed]
121   Sri Lanka 65,610 25,330 0.04%
122   Lituéníà 65,300 25,200 0.04%
123   Látfíà 64,559 24,926 0.04%
124   Svalbard àti Jan Mayen 62,422 24,101 0.04% Integral overseas areas of the Kingdom of Norway
125   Tógò 56,785 21,925 0.04%
126   Kroatíà 56,594 21,851 0.04%
127   Bósníà àti Hẹrjẹgòfínà 51,209 19,772 0.03%
128   Kóstá Rikà 51,100 19,700 0.03% Includes Isla del Coco.
129   Slofákíà 49,035 18,933 0.03%
130   Orílẹ̀òmìnira Dómíníkì 48,671 18,792 0.03%
131   Estóníà 45,227 17,462 0.03% Includes 1,520 islands in the Baltic Sea.
132   Dẹ́nmárkì 43,094 16,639 0.03% Includes Denmark proper only; the entire Kingdom of Denmark, including Greenland and Faroe Islands covers 2,220,093 km2 (857,183 sq mi) and would be 13th.
133   Swítsàlandì 41,284 15,940 0.03% Includes state forests and communanzas (7.15 km2 or 2.76 sq mi*) – note that these are excluded by the UN Demographic Yearbook.
134   Bhùtán 38,394 14,824 0.03%
135   Nẹ́dálándì 37,354 14,422 0.03% Includes the Netherlands proper only; the entire Kingdom of the Netherlands covers 42,437 km2 (16,385 sq mi).
136   Orílẹ̀-èdè Olómìnira ilẹ̀ Ṣáínà (Republic of China) 36,188 13,972[22] 0.02% Includes only the territories under the control of the ROC, namely Taiwan, Penghu, Kinmen, and Matsu.
137   Guinea-Bissau 36,125 13,948 0.02%
138   Móldófà 33,846 13,068 0.02% Includes the disputed region of Àdàkọ:Country data Transnistria (Pridnestrovie), which declared its independence in 1990 and remains internationally unrecognised.
139   Bẹ́ljíọ̀m 30,528 11,787 0.02%
140  
Lèsóthò || style="text-align:right;"|30,355
11,720 0.02%
141   Arméníà 29,743 11,484 0.02%
142   Àwọn Erékùsù Sólómọ́nì 28,896 11,157 0.02%
143   Albáníà 28,748 11,100 0.02%
144   Guinea Alágedeméjì 28,051 10,831 0.02%
145   Bùrúndì 27,834 10,747 0.02%
146   Hàítì 27,750 10,710 0.02%
147  
Rùwándà || style="text-align:right;"|26,338
10,169 0.02%
148   Orílẹ̀-èdè Olómìnira ilẹ̀ Makẹdóníà 25,713 9,928 0.02%
149   Djìbútì 23,200 9,000 0.02%
150   Bẹ̀lísè 22,966 8,867 0.02%
151   Ísráẹ́lì 22,072 8,522 0.01% Excluding the West Bank and the Gaza Strip; including the Golan Heights and East Jerusalem.
152   El Salfador 21,041 8,124 0.01% Smallest country in Central America.
153   Sloféníà 20,273 7,827 0.01%
154   Kalẹdóníà Tuntun 18,575 7,172 0.01% French dependency.
155   Fíjì 18,272 7,055 0.01% The fourth largest country in Oceania (excluding the French dependency of New Caledonia).
156   Kuwaiti 17,818 6,880 0.01%
157   Swásílándì 17,364 6,704 0.01%
158   Ìlàòrùn Timor 14,874 5,743 <0.01%
159   Àwọn Bàhámà 13,943 5,383 <0.01%
160   Montenẹ́grò 13,812 5,333 <0.01%
161   Fanuatu 12,189 4,706 <0.01%
162   Àwọn Erékùṣù Falkland 12,173 4,700 <0.01% British Overseas Territory. Claimed by Argentina. Excludes South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands.
163   Katar 11,586 4,473 <0.01%
164  
Gámbíà || style="text-align:right;"|11,295
4,361 <0.01% Smallest country on continental Africa.
165   Jamáíkà 10,991 4,244 <0.01%
166   Lẹ́bánọ́nì 10,452 4,036 <0.01%
167   Kíprù 9,251 3,572 <0.01% Includes   Northern Cyprus (only recognized by Turkey) and Akrotiri and Dhekelia (British Sovereign Base Areas).
168   Púẹ́rtò Ríkò 8,870 3,420 <0.01% Commonwealth of the United States.
169   Àwọn Agbègbè ilẹ̀ Palẹstínì 6,020 2,320 <0.01% The figure consists of the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
170   Brunei 5,765 2,226 <0.01%
171   Trínídád àti Tòbágò 5,130 1,980 <0.01%
172   Kepu Ferde 4,033 1,557 <0.01%
173   Polinésíà Fránsì 4,000 1,500 <0.01% French overseas collectivity.
174   Sàmóà 2,831 1,093 <0.01%
175   Lúksẹ́mbọ̀rg 2,586 998 <0.01%
176   Kòmórò 2,235 863 <0.01% Listed figure includes Mayotte (373 km²). Mayotte is de facto an overseas collectivity of France and is not under the sovereignty of Comoros.
177   Mọ́rísì 2,040 790 <0.01% Includes Agalega Islands, Cargados Carajos Shoals (Saint Brandon), and Rodrigues.
178   Àwọn Erékùṣù Fàróè 1,393 538 <0.01% A dependent overseas territory within the Kingdom of Denmark.
179   Họ́ng Kọng 1,104 426 <0.01% A Special Administrative Region of China.
180   Sao Tome àti Principe 964 372 <0.01%
181   Àwọn Erékùṣù Turks àti Caicos 948 366 <0.01% British Overseas Territory. Area includes protected waters.
182   Ántíllès àwọn Nẹ́dálándì 800 310 <0.01% Self-governing part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands; includes Bonaire, Curaçao, Saba, Sint Eustatius, and Sint Maarten (Dutch part of the island of Saint Martin).
183  
Dòmíníkà || style="text-align:right;"|751
290 <0.01%
184   Báháráìnì 750 290 <0.01%
185   Tóngà 747 288 <0.01%
186   Kìrìbátì 726 280 <0.01% Includes three island groups – Gilbert Islands, Line Islands, Phoenix Islands.
187   Singapore 705 272 <0.01% Official area in 2007 is 707.1 km2 (273.0 sq mi).[23]
188   Àwọn Ìpínlẹ̀ Àṣepapọ̀ ilẹ̀ Mikronésíà 702 271 <0.01% Includes Pohnpei (Ponape), Chuuk (Truk) Islands, Yap Islands, and Kosrae (Kosaie).
189   Erékùṣù ilẹ̀ Man 572 221 <0.01% British Crown dependency.
190   Guam 541 209 <0.01% Organized unincorporated territory of the USA.
191   Lùsíà Mímọ́ 539 208 <0.01%
192   Àndórà 468 181 <0.01%
193   Àwọn Erékùṣù Apáàríwá Mariana 464 179 <0.01% Commonwealth in political union with the USA; includes 14 islands including Saipan, Rota, and Tinian.
194   Páláù 459 177 <0.01%
195   Ṣèíhẹ́lẹ́sì 455 176 <0.01% Smallest country in Africa.
196   Ántígúà àti Bàrbúdà 442 171 <0.01% Includes Redonda, 1.6 km2 (0.62 sq mi).
197   Bárbádọ̀s 430 170 <0.01%
198   Saint Vincent àti àwọn Grẹnadínì 389 150 <0.01%
199   Àwọn Erékùṣù Wúndíá ti Amẹ́ríkà 347 134 <0.01% Unincorporated, organized territory of the USA.
200   Grẹ̀nádà 344 133 <0.01%
201   Máltà 316 122 <0.01% Made up of Comino, Gozo and Malta Island; is the smallest country of the European Union.
202   Àwọn Maldive 300 120 <0.01% Smallest country in Asia.
203   Àwọn Erékùṣù Káímàn 264 102 <0.01% British Overseas Territory.
204   Saint Kitts àti Nevis 261 101 <0.01% Smallest nation in North America, in Americas and in the Western Hemisphere.
205   Niue 260 100 <0.01% Self-governing nation in free association with New Zealand.
206   Saint Pierre àti Mìkẹ́lọ̀n 242 93 <0.01% French overseas collectivity; includes eight small islands in the Saint Pierre and the Miquelon groups.
207  
Àwọn Erékùṣù Cook || style="text-align:right;"|236
91 <0.01% Self-governing in free association with New Zealand.
208   Sàmóà Amẹ́ríkà 199 77 <0.01% Unorganized, unincorporated territory of the USA; includes Rose Island and Swains Island.
209   Àwọn Erékùṣù Marshall 181 70 <0.01% Includes the atolls of Bikini, Enewetak, Kwajalein, Majuro, Rongelap, and Utirik.
210   Àrúbà 180 69 <0.01% Self-governing part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
211   Líktẹ́nstáìnì 160 62 <0.01%
212  
Àwọn Erékùṣù Wúndíá Brítánì || style="text-align:right;"|151
58 <0.01% British Overseas Territory; comprising 16 inhabited and more than 20 uninhabited islands; includes the island of Anegada.
213   Wallis àti Futuna 142 55 <0.01% French overseas collectivity; includes Île Uvéa (Wallis Island), Île Futuna (Futuna Island), Île Alofi, and 20 islets.
214   Saint Helena 122 47 <0.01% British Overseas Territory; excluding dependencies.
215   Jersey 116 45 <0.01% British Crown dependency.
216   Montserrat 102 39 <0.01% British Overseas Territory.
217   Tristan da Cunha 98 38 <0.01% Dependency of St Helena (UK). Area refers to the main island only (the only inhabited island). Total area is 201 km2 (78 sq mi).[24]
218   Àngúíllà 91 35 <0.01% British Overseas Territory.
219   Erékùṣù Ascension 88 34 <0.01% Dependency of the British Overseas Territory of Saint Helena.
220   Guernsey 78 30 <0.01% British Crown dependency; includes Alderney, Guernsey, Herm, Sark, and some other smaller islands.
221   San Màrínò 61 24 <0.01%
222   Ìkólẹ̀jọ Saint Martin 56 22[15] <0.01% French overseas collectivity
223   Bẹ̀rmúdà 54 21 <0.01% British Overseas Territory.
224   Erékùṣù Norfolk 36 14 <0.01% Self-governing territory of Australia.
225   Màkáù 29 11 <0.01% A Special Administrative Region of China.
226   Tufalu 26 10 <0.01%
227   Saint Barthélemy 24 9.3[15] <0.01% French overseas collectivity
228   Nàúrù 21 8.1 <0.01% Smallest island nation in the world
229   Tokelau 12 4.6 <0.01% Territory of New Zealand.
230   Gibraltar 6 2.3 <0.01% British Overseas Territory.
231   Àwọn Erékùsù Pitcairn 5 1.9 <0.01% British Overseas Territory
Figure refers to Pitcairn Island only. Including Henderson, Ducie, and Oeno, the total area is 44.7 km².
232   Mónakò 1.95 0.75[25] <0.01%
233   Ìlú Fatikan 0.44 0.17 <0.01% Smallest country in the world. Home of the Pope and the governing body of the Roman Catholic Church.
a Source, unless otherwise specified:
Demographic Yearbook—Table 3: Population by sex, rate of population increase, surface area and density (pdf), United Nations Statistics Division, 2007, retrieved 2009-08-26 


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  2. See: Note 39 of "Demographic Yearbook—Table 3: Population by sex, rate of population increase, surface area and density" (PDF). UN Stat. Retrieved 2010-01-31. 
  3. See: Aksai Chin, Trans-Karakoram Tract, Arunachal Pradesh - the disputed areas between China and India.
  4. See: Line of Actual Control - the effective border between China and India (the shaded region on the map encompasses the Trans-Karakoram Tract).
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    The CIA has updated the total area of United States a number of times since initial publication of the World Factbook. From 1989 through 1996, the total area of US was listed as 9,372,610 km2 (3,618,780 sq mi) (land are plus inland water only). The listed total area changed to 9,629,091 km2 (3,717,813 sq mi) in 1997 (With the Great Lakes areas and the coastal waters added), to 9,631,418 km2 (3,718,711 sq mi) in 2004, to 9,631,420 km2 (3,718,710 sq mi) in 2006, and to 9,826,630 km2 (3,794,080 sq mi) in 2007 (territorial waters added). Note: From 1989 to 1996, China was listed as the world's third-largest country by total area according to the CIA World Factbook. The United States replaced China in 1997 after additional water spaces were added.
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  9. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, the figure of 7,692,024 km2 (2,969,907 sq mi) includes the statistical entity known as "Other territories", which is defined in the Census Dictionary as consisting of the Jervis Bay Territory, Cocos (Keeling) Islands, and Christmas Island. Macquarie Island is part of the State of Tasmania, and Lord Howe Island is part of the State of New South Wales.
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  13. http://www.cejamericas.org/reporte/muestra_pais3.php?idioma=INGLES&pais=MEXICO&tipreport=REPORTE3&seccion=0
  14. Area figures are from Geohive - Pakistan statistics
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  17. Republic of the Philippines, Philippine Government.
  18. Office of National Statistics - Official Yearbook (2002) (Table 1.1)
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    ^ "행정구역(구시군)별 국토적". Korea Statistical Information Service. Retrieved 2006-03-27. 
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  24. xist.org - Saint Helena
  25. Monaco government