10 Largest Countries Area

You can find the list of the top 10 largest countries worldwide by their size including both the land and water areas within their coastlines and international boundaries (the Sovereign States and Independent Territories) below.

  1. Russia – 17,098,246 Sq. Km. (Continent – Europe / Captial City – Moscow)
  2. Canada – 9,984,670 Sq. Km. (Continent – North America / Captial City – Ottawa)
  3. United States of America – 9,833,517 Sq. Km. (Continent – North America / Captial City – Washington DC)
  4. People’s Republic of China – 9,596,961 Sq. Km. (Continent – Asia / Captial City – Beijing)
  5. Brazil – 8,515,767 Sq. Km. (Continent – South America / Captial City – Brasilia)
  6. Australia – 7,692,024 Sq. Km. (Continent – Oceania / Captial City – Canberra)
  7. India – 3,287,263 Sq. Km. (Continent – Asia / Captial City – New Delhi)
  8. Argentina – 2,780,400 Sq. Km. (Continent – South America / Captial City – Buenos Aires)
  9. Kazakhstan – 2,724,900 Sq. Km. (Continent – Asia / Captial City – Astana)
  10. Algeria – 2,381,741 Sq. Km. (Continent – Africa / Captial City – Algiers)

(Source: Wikipedia)

World’s total population as per the United Nations is 7.5 billion as on December 2016.

Antarctica (not being a country itself) has not been included in the list which has the area of 14,000,000 sq. km. which is the second largest area by size, among which 95% of the area is just a ice.

  1. RussiaRed Square Moscow Russia Being the largest country in Asia and Europe, Russia is the largest country in the world. Its Asian part is larger than the European part with Eurasia geography. Russia has the sixth largest economy in the world as per the World Bank list 2016.

  2. Canada: Niagara Falls CanadaBeing the largest country in Western Hemisphere with the longest coastline and borderline with the USA, Canada is the second largest country in the world. Canada has the seventeenth largest economy in the world as per the World Bank list 2016.

  3. United States of America: Statue of Liberty USABeing second largest country in Americas, USA is the third largest country in the world with the second largest economy in the world as per the World Bank list 2016 (Source: Wikipedia).

  4. China: Great Wall of ChinaBeing the second largest country in Asia, China is the fourth largest country in the world with the largest economy in the world as per the World Bank list 2016 (Source: Wikipedia).

  5. Brazil: Christ the Redeemer BrazilBeing the largest country in South America and Southern Hemisphere, Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world. Brazil has the world’s largest rainforest Amazon. Brazil has the seventh largest economy in the world as per the World Bank list 2016.

  6. Australia: Sydney Opera House AustraliaBeing the largest country in Oceania, Australia is the sixth largest country in the world with continental landmass (not island). Australia has the twentieth largest economy in the world. (Source: Wikipedia)

  7. India: Taj Mahal IndiaBeing the third largest country in Asia, India is the seventh largest country in the world with the third largest economy in the world as per the 2016 list by World Bank.

  8. Argentina: Iguazu Falls ArgentinaBeing the second largest country in South America, Argentina is the eighth largest country in the world with a variety of climate and geography.

  9. Kazakhstan: Bayterek Tower KazakhstanBeing the largest landlocked country, Kazakhstan is the ninth largest country in the world.

  10. Algeria: Martyrs' Memorial AlgeriaBeing the largest country in Africa, Algeria is the tenth largest country in the world with having Sahara desert.

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