Question: Which is bigger Latvia or Lithuania?

Lithuania is approximately 65,300 sq km, while Latvia is approximately 64,589 sq km, making Latvia 98.91% the size of Lithuania.

Which country is bigger Estonia or Lithuania?

Estonia is approximately 45,228 sq km, while Lithuania is approximately 65,300 sq km, making Lithuania 44% larger than Estonia. … Estonia using our country comparison tool.

Is Latvia bigger than Netherlands?

Netherlands is approximately 41,543 sq km, while Latvia is approximately 64,589 sq km, making Latvia 55% larger than Netherlands. Meanwhile, the population of Netherlands is ~17.3 million people (15.4 million fewer people live in Latvia). … Netherlands using our country comparison tool.

Which Baltic country is the poorest?

Lithuania is a member of the European Union and its GDP per capita is the highest in the Baltic states.

Economy of Lithuania.

Statistics
Population below poverty line 21.9% – annual income below €4,000 (2019) 26.3% at risk of poverty or social exclusion (AROPE, 2019)

Is Latvia a poor country?

Latvia is the fourth poorest EU state in terms of GDP per capita. According to Eurostat data from 2015 (published in March 2017), the quality of life in Latvia is just 64% of the European average. Latvia is the fourth poorest EU country according to Eurostat.

Which Baltic country is the best to live in?

Latvia, in particular Riga, would be the number one here. Lithuania, with exception of Vilnius, is extremely evenly populated by primary (Lithuanian) nationality. Vilnius would have some diversity however Lithuanians would still make up about 70% there.

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Which is cheaper Latvia or Lithuania?

Lithuania is 2.0% more expensive than Latvia.

Is Estonia richer than Lithuania?

Liutauras Gudžinskas, head of Northern European Studies Centre at the International Relations and Political Sciences at Vilnius University, however, notes that according to the latest Eurostat stats, Lithuania has edged out Estonia on GDP per capita.

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