Largest Countries In The World


Russia, world's largest country per Worldometers: Total area 17,098,242 sq km, 11% of Earth's land. Encompasses Lake Baikal, holds 77% in Asia, 23% in Europe.


Canada, second-largest globally: 9,984,670 sq km, 6.1% of Earth's land. Land of Icebergs, 2/5 of North America. 31,700 lakes, including Lake Superior (82,100 sq km). Coastline extends to 243,977 km.


China, 3rd largest globally: 9,706,961 sq km, 2.2% of Earth's land. Leading in population. 1/3 territory mountainous, includes Mount Everest.

United States

United States, 4th largest globally: 9,372,610 sq km, covering almost the entire American Continent. Four times the area of Indonesia, sharing land with Canada, Mexico, and Latin America.


After the United States, Brazil is the largest country in the world. The area is approximately 8,515,767 square km. The country of Samba has a coastline of 7,491 km. Brazil also holds the title as the longest country in the world.


Australia, 6th largest globally: 7,692,024 sq km. Largest in Oceania, not an island but continental land. Inhabited by a population adaptable to extreme environments.


India has a coastline of 7,561 km, with land borders of 15,000 km, and is adjacent to 7 countries. Apart from that, India is said to be the country with the most populous population after China.


Argentina, vast at 2,780,400 sq km. Spanish-speaking, famed for the Andes Mountains. Population around 45.38 million. Borders Chile, Bolivia, Uruguay, Brazil, and Paraguay.


Kazakhstan is a country located in Central Asia. The area of Kazakhstan is around 2,724,900 square km or 1.8 percent of the earth's land area. A unique fact about Kazakhstan is that it has a naval military fleet, but does not have an ocean.