Surface area of the Scandinavian countries 2017

This statistic shows the surface area of the Scandinavian countries in 2017. The largest of all Scandinavian countries is Sweden, with a surface of roughly 447 thousand square kilometers. Its neighboring country Norway has a size of approximately 385 thousand square kilometers, which includes the arctic islands of Svalbard and Jan Mayen. Iceland has a surface area of 103 thousand square kilometers. The area of Denmark is about 43 thousand square kilometers. Faroe Islands, which is and autonomous country belonging to the Kingdom of Denmark, has a total area of nearly 1.4 thousand square kilometers.

Surface area of the Scandinavian countries in 2017

Surface area in square kilometers
Sweden447,420
Norway*385,178
Iceland103,000
Denmark**42,922
Faroe Islands***1,396
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Source

Release date

March 2018

Region

Denmark, Iceland, Norway, Sweden

Survey time period

2017

Special properties

Scandinavia defined by the historic-lingustic aspect which excludes the Nordic countries of Finland and Greenland

Supplementary notes

* Includes Svalbard and Jan Mayen.
** Excludes Faroe Islands and Greenland.
*** Faroe Islands is an autonomous country within the Kingdom of Denmark.

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