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European countries by percentage of urban population

Contents

  • Map 1
  • Table 2
  • See also 3
    • Plotted maps 3.1
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Map

The map data is for year 2014 from the World Bank.[1] Numbers are in percentage.

Table

The table uses 2014 from the World Bank.[1] Numbers are as a percentage.

Country 2014
Albania 52
Andorra 86
Austria 66
Belarus 75
Belgium 98
Bulgaria 72
Croatia 58
Cyprus 68
Czech 73
Denmark 87
Estonia 68
Finland 84
France 78
Germany 74
Greece 76
Hungary 69
Iceland 94
Ireland 62
Israel 92
Italy 68
Latvia 68
Liechtenstein 14
Lithuania 67
Luxembourg 89
Macedonia 57
Malta 95
Monaco 100
Montenegro 63
Netherlands 87
Norway 79
Poland 61
Portugal 61
Romania 54
Russia 74
San Marino 94
Serbia 55
Slovenia 50
Spain 78
Sweden 86
Switzerland 74
Turkey 71
Ukraine 69
United Kingdom 81

See also

Plotted maps

References

  1. ^ a b "Urban population (% of total)". The World Bank. Retrieved 11 August 2015. 

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