Turai

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kasashen Turai[gyarawa]

Sunan Kasa da tutar ta [1] Iyaka
(km²)
Mutunci
(1 July, 2002 est.)
baban birne wurin zama
Gabascin Turi:
Flag of Belarus.svg A' Bhealaruis 207,600 10,335,382 Belarus Minsk
Flag of Bulgaria.svg Bulgairiya 110,910 7,322,858 Bulgaria Sofia
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Kazech 78,866 10,228,744 Czech Republic Prag
Flag of Hungary.svg Hungariya 93,030 9,956,108 Hungary Budapest
Flag of Moldova.svg MOldufiniya[2] 33,843 4,320,490 Moldova Chişinău
Flag of Poland.svg Poland 312,685 38,518,241 Poland Warsaw
Flag of Romania.svg Romainiya 238,391 22,276,056 Romania Bucharest
Flag of Russia.svg Rash [3] 3,960,000 106,037,143 Russia Moscow
Flag of Slovakia.svg Slofakiya 48,845 5,447,502 Slovakia Bratislava
Flag of Ukraine.svg Ukraniya 603,700 46,299,862 Ukraine Kiev
Arewacin Turi:
Flag of Åland.svg Åland (Suòmaidh) 1,552 26,008 Åland Mariehamn
Flag of Denmark.svg Denmark 43,094 5,368,854 Denmark Copenhagen
Flag of Estonia.svg Istoniya 45,226 1,415,681 Estonia Tallinn
Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Islands (An Danmhairg) 1,399 46,011 Faroe Islands Tórshavn
Flag of Finland.svg Finland 336,593 5,157,537 Finland Helsinki
Flag of Guernsey.svg Guernsey [4] 78 64,587 Guernsey St Peter Port
Flag of Iceland.svg Iceland 103,000 307,261 Iceland Reykjavík
Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland 70,280 4,234,925 Republic of Ireland Baile Átha Cliath
Flag of the Isle of Mann.svg Isle of Man [5] 572 73,873 Isle of Man Doolish
Flag of Jersey.svg Jersey [6] 116 89,775 Jersey Saint Helier
Flag of Latvia.svg Laitfiya 64,589 2,366,515 Latvia Riga
Flag of Lithuania.svg Lithuania 65,200 3,601,138 Lithuania Vilnius
Flag of Norway.svg Norway 324,220 4,525,116 Norway Oslo
Flag of Norway.svg Svalbard is Jan Mayen (Nirribhidh) 62,049 2,868 Svalbard agus Eilean Jan Mayen Longyearbyen
Flag of Sweden.svg sweden 449,964 9,090,113 Sweden Stockholm
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Birtaniya,Ingela 244,820 59,201,000 United Kingdom Lunnainn
Kudancin Turi:
Flag of Albania.svg Albaniya 28,748 3,600,523 Albania Tirana
Flag of Andorra.svg Andorra 468 68,403 Andorra Andorra la Vella
Bosniya
Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg Herzegovina 51,129 4,552,198 Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo
Flag of Croatia.svg Kroatiya 56,542 4,493,312 Croatia Zagreb
Flag of Gibraltar.svg Gibraltar (An Rìoghachd Aonaichte) 5.9 27,714 Gibraltar Gibraltar
Flag of Greece.svg Greek 131,940 10,706,290 Greece An Àithne
Flag of Italy.svg Italiya 301,230 58,147,733 Italy An Ròimh
Flag of Macedonia.svg Masadoiniya 25,333 2,055,915 Republic of Macedonia Skopje
Flag of Malta.svg Malta 316 397,499 Malta Valletta
Flag of Montenegro.svg Montenegro [7] 13,812 684,736 Montenegro Podgorica
Flag of Portugal.svg Portugal [8] 91,568 10,084,245 Portugal Lisbon
Flag of San Marino.svg San Marino 61 27,730 San Marino San Marino
Flag of Serbia.svg Serbiya [9] 88,361 10,147,398 Serbia Belgrade
Flag of Slovenia.svg Sloveniya 20,273 2,009,245 Slovenia Ljubljana
Flag of Spain.svg An Spàinn [10] 498,506 40,077,100 Spain Madrid
Flag of the Vatican City.svg Vatican 0.44 900 Vatican City Vatican City
yammacin Turi:
Flag of Austria.svg Austriya 83,858 8,169,929 Austria Vienna
Flag of Belgium.svg Beljik 30,510 10,274,595 Belgium A' Bhruiseal
Flag of France.svg Faransa [11] 547,030 59,765,983 France Paris
Flag of Germany.svg Jamus 357,021 83,251,851 Germany Berlin
Flag of Liechtenstein.svg Liechtenstein 160 32,842 Liechtenstein Vaduz
Flag of Luxembourg.svg Luksamburg 2,586 448,569 Luxembourg Lucsamburg (baile)
Flag of Monaco.svg Monaco 1.95 31,987 Monaco Monaco
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Holand[12] 41,526 16,318,199 Netherlands Amsterdam
Flag of Switzerland.svg Switzerland 41,290 7,301,994 Switzerland Bern
Tsakiyar Azsiya:
Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Kazakhstan[13] 150,000 600,000 Kazakhstan Astana
Àisia an Iar:[14]
Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Azerbaijan[15] 39,730 4,198,491 Azerbaijan Baku
Flag of Georgia.svg Georgiya[16] 49,240 2,447,176 Gruisia Tbilisi
Flag of Turkey.svg Turkiyya[17] 24,378 11,044,932 [[Turkiyya []] Ankara
Mutunci 10,176,246[18] 709,608,850[19]

[gyarawa]

  1. Continental regions as per UN categorisations/map
  2. Includes Transnistria, a region that has declared, and de facto achieved, independence; however, it is not recognised de jure by sovereign state
  3. An Ruis is generally considered a transcontinental country in Eastern Europe (UN region) and Asia, with European territory west of the Ural Mountains and both the Ural and Emba rivers; population and area figures are for European portion only.
  4. Guernsey is a crown dependency affiliated with the an Rìoghachd Aonaichte.
  5. Eilean Mhanainn is a crown dependency affiliated with an Rìoghachd Aonaichte .
  6. Jersey is a crown dependency affiliated with the an Rìoghachd Aonaichte .
  7. Montenegro declared independence from the union of Serbia and Montenegro on 3 June, 2006.
  8. Figures for Portugal include the Azores west of Portugal but exclude the Madeira Islands, west of Morocco in Africa.
  9. Figures for Serbiya include Kosovo and Metohia, a province administrated by the UN (UNMIK) as per Security Council resolution 1244.
  10. Figures for Spain exclude the Canary Islands, west of Morocco in Africa, and the exclaves of Ceuta and Melilla, which are on the northwest of the African continent.
  11. Figures for Faransa include only metropolitan France: some politically integral parts of France are geographically located outside Europe.
  12. Netherlands population for July 2004. Population and area details include European portion only: Netherlands and two entities outside Europe (Aruba and the Netherlands Antilles, in the Caribbean) constitute the hOland. Amsterdam is the official capital, while The Hague is the administrative seat.
  13. Kazakhstan is sometimes considered a transcontinental country in Central Asia (UN region) and Eastern Europe, with European territory west of the Ural Mountains and both the Ural and Emba rivers; area figures are for European portion out of total.
  14. Armenia and Cyprus are sometimes considered transcontinental countries: both are physiographically in Western Asia but have historical and sociopolitical connections with Europe.
  15. Asarbaidean is often considered a transcontinental country in Western Asia (UN region) and Eastern Europe; population and area figures are for European portion (north of the crest of the Caucasus and the Kura River) out of total. This excludes the exclave of Nakhichevan and Nagorno-Karabakh (a region that has declared, and de facto achieved independence; however, it is not recognised de jure by sovereign states).
  16. Georgiya is often considered a transcontinental country in Western Asia (UN region) and Eastern Europe; population and area figures are for European portion (north of the crest of the Caucasus and the Kura River) out of total. Also includes Abkhazia and South Ossetia, two regions that have declared, and de facto achieved, independence; however, they are not recognised de jure by sovereign states.
  17. Turkiyya is generally considered a transcontinental country in Western Asia (UN region) and Southern Europe: the region of Rumelia (Trakya) – which includes the provinces of Edirne, Kırklareli, Tekirdağ, and the western parts of the Çanakkale and Istanbul Provinces – is west and north of the Bosporus and the Dardanelles; population and area figures are for European portion (including all of Istanbul) out of total population.
  18. The total area figure includes only European portions of transcontinental countries.
  19. The total population figure includes only European portions of transcontinental countries.