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List of sovereign states in Europe by life expectancy

This is map and list of European countries by life expectancy from World Population Prospects 2006 revision. Blue is more than 75 years, green 70-75 and yellow below 70 years.

State (51) [1] life expectancy
Albania 76.4
Andorra 83.5
Armenia 72.1
Austria 79.8
Azerbaijan 67.5
Belarus 69.0
Belgium 79.4
Bosnia and Herzegovina 74.9
Bulgaria 73.0
Croatia 75.7
Cyprus 78.3
Czech Republic 76.5
Denmark 78.3
Estonia 71.4
Finland 79.3
France 80.7
Georgia 71.0
Germany 79.4
Greece 79.5
Hungary 73.3
Iceland 81.8
Ireland 78.9
Israel 80.7
Italy 80.0
Kazakhstan 67.2
Kosovo n/d
Latvia 71.6
Liechtenstein 79.8

Luxembourg 79.0
Macedonia 74.2
Malta 79.4
Moldova 68.9
Monaco n/d
Montenegro 74.5
Netherlands 79.8
Norway 80.2
Poland 75.6
Portugal 78.1
Romania 72.5
Russia 65.5
San Marino n/d
Serbia 74.0
Slovakia 74.7
Slovenia 77.9
Spain 80.9
Sweden 80.9
Switzerland 81.7
Turkey 73.7
Ukraine 67.9
United Kingdom 79.4
Vatican City n/d

See also


  1. ^ Only 51 sovereign states are listed, including Kosovo and Vatican which are not UN members
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