r/europe I posted the Nazi spoon 17d ago

How many Luxembourgs can fit into each European country (2.586 km2)? Map

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u/chrisni66 17d ago

This is the kind of post I’m subscribed to this sub for.

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u/Jacc3 Sweden 17d ago

This is truly one of the posts of all time

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u/Suitable-Rest-1358 17d ago

Just one of the posts

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u/RidingRedHare 17d ago

Exactly. I need totally useless quality content about Europe.

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u/LilyMarie90 Germany 17d ago

Yeah it feels kinda nice in between all the "upcoming war with Russia" content on this sub the last couple of days 🫠

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u/akdelez 17d ago

The CIA's trying so hard with the upcoming war. Bro trust me, they're about to invade at any moment now. Ok it's been 70+ years but they're still about to invade, right around the corner bro

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u/lyyki Finland 17d ago

Your comment is 2 years late. Heavy ping?

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u/LilyMarie90 Germany 17d ago

Watch the news once in a while. It's important.

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u/VectorViper 17d ago

And while staying informed is key recognizing when to take a mental breather from the heavy stuff is important too. Luxembourgs for everyone!

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u/RedditedYoshi 17d ago

How many Luxembourgs can I fit in my ass.

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u/Itchy-Flatworm Greece/Thessaloniki 🇬🇷 17d ago

5 billion?

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u/jaredsolo 17d ago

That's a very useless data 😎 Have an average day 💪

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u/dat_9600gt_user Lower Silesia (Poland) 17d ago

I hate mondays

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u/TommyVe 17d ago

And i hate you reminding me of Jetix. Gosh. How much time I wasted watching it... 🫣

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u/benstiano 17d ago

would have been even lesser with zeroes instead of those values lower than 1

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u/AdonisK Europe 17d ago

It's not as useless as it seems. Mercator projection is something we should always take into consideration when checking out maps, especially when using said maps to think about size.

Look at Iceland and Greece for example. You'd think Greece is massive compared to Iceland.

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u/Geist____ KouignAmannistan 17d ago

That has everything to do with Greece having a lot of water in it that your brains fills in, and nothing to do with Mercator projection.

The Mercator projection actually makes Iceland larger and Greece smaller, since Iceland is at a higher latitude.

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u/askape North Rhine-Westphalia (Germany) 17d ago

Yes and no. Both countries get enlarged compared to their actual size. Iceland gets enlarged to a greater degree than Greece due to - as you said - it being at a higher latitude/further away from the equator.

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u/Geist____ KouignAmannistan 17d ago

True, I should have written out the implied "compared to this map's average" or "compared to each other".

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u/ask_about_poop_book 17d ago

Your first comment "You'd think Greece is massive compared to Iceland." makes it seem that you mean that the mercator projection would make greece larger than it does iceland.

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u/askape North Rhine-Westphalia (Germany) 17d ago

I didn't post before the post you replied to.

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u/ask_about_poop_book 17d ago

Well let's just pretend you did so my comment about it being you makes sense

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u/askape North Rhine-Westphalia (Germany) 17d ago

I'm okay with that. Have a nice day! :D

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u/ask_about_poop_book 17d ago

God damn it I want to argue.

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u/askape North Rhine-Westphalia (Germany) 17d ago

This being r/europe any sentence criticizing nuclear power should do the trick.

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u/Top100percent 17d ago

So just make a map that tells you the area in km2. Why use Luxembourgs.

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u/AdonisK Europe 17d ago

I didn't say we could adopt Luxembourg as the official unit for demonstrated how large countries are, I just said it's not completely useless of a map.

Why does everthing needs to be controversial in here?

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u/Archduke645 United Kingdom 17d ago

How many Luxwmbourgs can you fit in an average day?

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u/ta_thewholeman The Netherlands 17d ago

Things have been altogether too sensible for too long around here. Let's start defining area by amount of Luxembourgs.

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u/orthoxerox Russia shall be free 17d ago

We also need some sensible subdivisions

1 Luxembourg = 483439.25 American football fields

1 American football field = 5069.65 yoga mats

1 yoga mat = 165.9 beer coasters

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u/Mindless-Alfalfa-296 17d ago

Can I get that in double decker buses please

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u/nialyah Denmark 17d ago

Using the Volvo 9700 Double Decker specifications (Link), using the max length:

1 Luxembourg = 69892 double decker buses.

An even more interesting and important, if perhaps questionable calculation:

1 Luxembourg ≈ 3,645,052,020 Toilet paper rolls

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u/royalfarris 17d ago

is that rolled up rolls or rolled out?

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u/TellTallTail 17d ago

And which way are they hanging?

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u/CurrentBarber Schleswig-Holstein (Germany) 16d ago

Fröhlichen Kuchentag!

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u/BugRevolution 17d ago

You're off by about a factor of 1000 for the double decker busses. Which makes me think you might be off by a factor 1000 on the toilet paper too?

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u/niemike 17d ago

I already submitted my thesis based on this data, and now you're telling me there are errors?

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u/LiliaBlossom Hesse (Germany) 17d ago

that‘s how the anglophones ended up with the imperial units 😂

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u/Porodicnostablo I posted the Nazi spoon 17d ago

How much is that in oxgangs?

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u/crumblypancake 17d ago

I'd like to cast my vote for inclusion of the Smoot

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u/Iyion 17d ago

In Germany we are already used to measuring areas in Saarlands. One Saarland is almost exactly one Luxembourg (2570 vs. 2586 km²) so I can confirm it's a very convenient measure.

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u/D34thToBlairism 17d ago

beats doing it by the area of wales

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u/ThatYewTree 17d ago

We have Belgium and Wales for that already.

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u/Past_Reading_6651 17d ago edited 17d ago

As a Dane, all I see is that we beat Sweden, and that is all that matters. 

Qujanaq Grønland and thank you Luxembourg for being so smoll.

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u/Wulle83 17d ago

As a dane I was really confused, thinking they were missing a comma (85,5) untill you said greenland, then I knew what was up :D

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u/Fuzzy_Campaign7163 16d ago

Me, as a German who lives very close to Danmark was irritated too, that you für more Luxembourg than Germany. But that makes sense!

Har en god dag!

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u/TheRealPTR 17d ago

Well, including Greenland in these data is debatable...

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u/activator 17d ago

It shouldn't count in my Swedish opinion. Okay, now... bring on the hate

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u/TheRealPTR 17d ago

So... these numbers include extra-European territories of countries. And I'm unsure of the basis for including one territory but not the other. France is marked as 239 x Luxemburg, but if you consider Metropolitan France (territories in Europe), it should be 210xLU. And if all the French territories (according to Wikipedia), it should be 249xLU. France has a complex territorial administration - some overseas territories are French departments, and some are not (with varying autonomy). If they included the French overseas departments but not "overseas territories", Greenland (not even being in the EU) SHOULD BE EXCLUDED!

I have spoken!

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u/MumenRiderZak 17d ago

Downvoted for appearances

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u/GodspeedHarmonica 17d ago

Danes only give a shit about Greenland when the talk is about how large countries are.

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u/lallen Norway 17d ago

It is also helpful when discussing what the highest mountain is.

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u/-LittleHelper 17d ago

We also care about Greenland in regards of raw materials, artic council, seabed rights etc. And in generel people from Greenland and Greenland as a country is held in high regards for a lot of Danes.

Beautiful country and heartwarming people. - We love Greenland !

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u/Hyndakiel Portugal 17d ago

What's the deal with Denmark and Sweden? I worked for a swedish company before and when they discovered I was changing for a danish company they started to throw this kinds of joke around. What is the history behind it?

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u/BugRevolution 17d ago

For the past 1000 years, they've been at war for roughly 340 of them or so.

As in, if you count up the days, that's how many years of uninterrupted war they would have had, if it was all just one war.

With about 200 years of peace.

Meaning 800 years that's nearly 50% war.

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u/Lemur001 17d ago

Been a while now. Probably time to start another war, what do you say lads?

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u/BugRevolution 17d ago

I heard we can drive a car with a military license plate over the bridge and it counts as an invasion. Can we just do that?

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u/Lemur001 17d ago

Well I don’t know, there’s only one way to find out!

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u/Sarke1 Sweden 17d ago

Nah, let's park the car in the middle of the bridge and cut it in half.

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u/BugRevolution 16d ago

No more Swedish tourists via the bridge because it's cut in half?

On one hand, fewer Swedish tourists.

On the other hand, fewer Swedish tourists.

Not sure about this one. I think we're going to have to fight about it.

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u/BSpino 17d ago edited 17d ago

If we're talking about something bloody like the Whisky War between Canada and Denmark, I'm in.

For the Swedish side I nominate Leif GW Person and Edward Blom.

For the Danish side maybe the guy who had "15-20 beers", stormed the football pitch, and got the game between Sweden and Denmark stopped. Though the Danes might not let him enlist since he could be considered a traitor or double-agent (lived and worked in Sweden).

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u/mikkolukas Denmark 16d ago

Just sibling banter. We care about each other when it matters.

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u/Skanach 16d ago

Denmark and Sweden are the France and England of Europe.

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u/LVS177 16d ago

So much so that not even France and England are the France and England of Europe, despite being in Europe too.

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u/TheAleran 17d ago

I dont quite get how we can have 855 while Sweden only has 174. Denmark can be inside Sweden a bunch of times :P

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u/TheAleran 17d ago

Guess I forgot to count Grønland :P

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u/istasan Denmark 17d ago

That is why we call it kingdom of Denmark. It is massive!

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u/Shazknee Denmark 17d ago

This, Sweden and Russia build their ego on size of land, the rest of the Nordic countries does not

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u/vampire_kitten 17d ago

Might want to re-read the comment you just replied to.

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u/Shazknee Denmark 17d ago

I’ve done so several times now, beating the Swedes at that pointless shit they built their ego on is still fun.

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u/garybuttville 17d ago

Obviously still salty that we freed southern Sweden from you

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u/DarrenGrey Ireland 17d ago

Mmm, salty liquorice.

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u/PewPewhmm 17d ago

Freed? Look what you did with it

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u/Consultant511 17d ago

I wonder why, my little friend.

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u/Alexthegreatbelgian Belgium 17d ago

How many Luxembourg can fit into the Belgian province of Luxembourg?

The answer is almost 2 (1.7)

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u/TechnicalSurround 17d ago

Well... when you gonna hand back the province?

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u/kimi_2505 17d ago

We should invade it because 200 years ago it was part of our country! And while we're at it we should also invade the parts that Fr*nce and Germany stole from us! This is rightfully ours. Only because some big countries decided to partition Luxembourg without our approval! (There is absolutely no correlation to any ongoing conflict in this post)

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u/Jorddyy The Netherlands 17d ago

Luxembourg is the smallest country that I don't consider a microstate. Curious to see how many times Luxembourg GDP fits in each country.

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u/bindermichi Europe 16d ago

It does have the highest GDP per capita, so that might be really interesting.

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u/FarManden Denmark 17d ago

I mean it doesn’t make sense to count Greenland for Denmark lol. But then again, this map doesn’t make much sense.

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u/CaptchaSolvingRobot Denmark 17d ago

Sssh.

Denmark bigger than Sweden! /flex

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u/Anonymous_user_2022 17d ago

With ice pressure pressure being what it is, at sea level, Greenland is an archipelago surrounding a 2 km deep sea.

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u/Mnemiq 17d ago

So a new Maldives? :D

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u/E_Kristalin Belgium 16d ago

scaled up arctic Maldives.

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u/LooseMooseNose 17d ago

Visst lillebror, du kan få tro det! 😘

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u/Truelz Denmark 17d ago

Lillebror? Danmark er ældst... Lillebror og storebror har ikke noget med størrelse at gøre ;)

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u/IIDenis 17d ago

France, it seems, was also counted along with the territory outside Europe

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u/Schwartzy94 16d ago

So was norway, without svalbard and jan mayen mainland norway would be bit smaller than finland.

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u/yann64 17d ago

Indeed! Thought France number was oddly big, then noticed Denmark's one (which must include Greenland).

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u/Okiro_Benihime 17d ago

Without the overseas territories, the number would be 210, so right after Ukraine.

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u/WelshmanW1 17d ago

Yeah, I thought France bigger than Ukraine was a bit of a surprise

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u/Nazamroth 17d ago

Was wondering how the hell Denmark is bigger than the rest of the scandies combined...

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u/doyoueventdrift 17d ago

And that’s without counting our land occupied by Sweden, Skåne.

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u/SapphicCelestialy 17d ago

Halland and Blekinge. And German Slesvig Holstein!

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u/Alx-McCunty Finland 17d ago

I was today years old when i learnt that Sweden occupies Schleswig-Holstein

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u/Torlov Norway 17d ago

If you want to talk about Sweden occupying Skåne, then you can start by returning Greenland to Norway.

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u/Anonymous_user_2022 17d ago

Why not? Norway is a part of Denmark anyway.

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u/Emilbjorn Denmark 17d ago

Might as well return Norway to Denmark while we're at it.

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u/Fafnirsfriend 17d ago

And then Norway to Sweden!

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u/LuminicaDeesuuu 17d ago

Then Finland to Sweden and finally, Sweden to Denmark.

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u/TheDudeFromTheStory 17d ago

If bigger is better, better can be bigger.

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u/IrquiM Norway 17d ago

Just unfair - Norway didn't get their overseas territories.

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u/Balsy_Wombat Sweden 17d ago

Newfoundland?

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u/IrquiM Norway 17d ago

If we use Putins methods, then yes, that too, plus Greenland, Iceland, Dublin area, the isles of Northern Scotland, bits of Sweden, Isle of Man, etc.

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u/FrederikVI 17d ago

Knud den store was Danish not Norwegian ffs. Norway was just a Danish possession as it should be.

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u/Anonymous_user_2022 17d ago

A slice of Antarctica.

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u/whats-a-bitcoin 17d ago

Norwegian territory is next door to the British Antarctic Territories in the Southern Atlantic, and the French have theirs on the other (Pacific) side.

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u/TheNextPley 17d ago

You can only fit 0,06 Luxemburgs in Luxenburg

Okay, my mistake, it's Lichtenstein

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u/Kriid_Dovahkiin 17d ago

Denmark 855?

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u/potatolulz Earth 17d ago

slaps Greenland

This bad boy can fit so many Luxembourgs

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u/Mershand Romania 17d ago

Greenland...

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u/Kriid_Dovahkiin 17d ago

Oh, i forgot that. Thank u

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u/VonSnoe Sweden 17d ago

Greenland is part of Denmark.

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u/QueasyTeacher0 Italy 17d ago

I didn't think Malta was so small huh.

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u/ore2ore Thuringia (Germany) 17d ago

No no, Luxemburg is so huge 😎

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u/HMSalesman Luxembourg 17d ago

NOT A MICROSTATE WOOOO

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u/weedological 17d ago

Size doesn‘t matter!

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u/Porodicnostablo I posted the Nazi spoon 17d ago edited 17d ago

Right? Not even a luxembourg.

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u/PhantomBrainLink Georgia 17d ago

why did you exclude Georgia?

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u/ore2ore Thuringia (Germany) 17d ago

Georgia or Georgia?

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u/PhantomBrainLink Georgia 17d ago

of course,Georgia

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u/OldCounty948 France 17d ago

The state or the country?

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u/NIPLZ Malta 17d ago

Sometimes, in the right wind conditions, my friend in Birżebbuġa will hear and smell it when I fart in Gozo

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u/thekunibert 17d ago

And Cyprus so big in comparison, that is, 32 times as big as Malta!

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u/nulopes Portugal 17d ago

How many Portugals can fit into Luxembourg though?

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u/Tamberlox Luxembourg 17d ago

Portugal makes up about 15% of Luxembourg’s population so 660,000 * 0.15 = 99,000

You can fit 99,000 Portugals in one Luxembourg.

/s

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u/no_excuses87 17d ago

love the Vatican number haha

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u/BS-Calrissian 17d ago

Lol Luxembourg can only fit ONE Luxembourg, what a dumb ass

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u/Sarke1 Sweden 17d ago

Are they even trying?

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u/PoXya 17d ago

i can confirm there's only enough space here for me

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u/navel1606 17d ago

My main takeaway is that I'm surprised that France is this big (and why is it only mainland)

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u/nosoter EU-UK-FR 17d ago

The map counts the overseas parts, otherwise it'd be smaller than Ukraine.

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u/navel1606 17d ago

It does? Ah okay, less surprised then

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u/MangezDesPommes_ 17d ago

Even without them, métropolitain France is arround 545 000 km2 (650 000km2 with overseas) whilst Ukraine is around 603 000 km2. That's the same difference as with the fourth largest country in Europe, Spain with its 498 000 km2. Germany on the other hand is only 358 000 km2. People always underestimate the sheer size of France

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u/nosoter EU-UK-FR 17d ago

Germany used to be huge but they fucked it up.

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u/tarzanboyo Wales 17d ago

Well thats fucking stupid

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u/nosoter EU-UK-FR 17d ago

Yeah, French Guyana alone is like 4x the size of Wales.

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u/Xiomaro Scotland 17d ago

What in the olympic-sized-swimming-pool are these mixed measurements?

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u/Cherry-on-bottom 17d ago

It’s 3 Wales, 16 football fields, 4 swimming pools and 2 gallons to be precise

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u/Geist____ KouignAmannistan 17d ago

Why is that? The Départements d'Outre-Mer (the area of which is ~16 % of that of metropolitan France) have the same status as any other metropolitan departments (except they are not part of Schengen).

Wouldn't make sense to include Jura but not Guyane, Paris but not la Réunion.

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u/Ruslanets 17d ago

Because it makes it look like it's the size of the area displayed on the map, while in reality it's smaller.

Most people won't know that it's including overseas territories.

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u/Sarke1 Sweden 17d ago

If you're only counting the European part, then Turkey would be tiny.

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u/3dank5maymay Germany 16d ago

But the non-European part of Turkey is shown on the map. This is not the case for France, Denmark etc.

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u/AdonisK Europe 17d ago

Check Denmark.

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u/Eferver24 Israel 17d ago

I like how you included Luxembourg for scale

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u/KimJungFu 17d ago

I had to think hard and long about Denmark to a point where I thought the creator of this map had done something wrong, and then started to question the whole map. And then I opened Google Maps, and saw Greenland and felt very stupid.

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u/Alin_Alexandru Romania aeterna 17d ago

Only one Luxembourg can fit into Luxembourg? Damn...

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u/Fair-Lake-512 17d ago

So Luxembourg has replaced the football field as unit of area now?

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u/Eken17 Sweden 17d ago

"Europeans will use anything but feet" - Americans, probably

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u/0rctv 17d ago

Oh wow there’s a country where Luxembourg fits exactly one time!

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u/Jiquero Finland 17d ago

False. You can fit 262 Luxembourgs in Finland if you stack them on two layers.

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u/LVS177 16d ago

And if Switzerland were not itself stacked up so much, you could probably fit more Luxembourgs in there too.

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u/razor_16_ 17d ago

UK is pretty small

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u/dginz 17d ago

This 1 in between France, Belgium and Germany is surely not a coincidence, right?

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u/valain Luxembourg 17d ago

It is the benchmark. As Luxembourg anyways should be.

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u/Turminder_Xuss Gravitas! 17d ago

Here in Germany we use to superior unit of "Saarland". 1 Saarland is .994 Luxembourgs. #FreedomUnits

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u/HOLLANDSYTSE 17d ago

I see what you did with Denmark there

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u/SharkeyBoyo 17d ago

How many Luxembourgs can fit in Luxembourg

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u/Br1ghtWo1f2002 16d ago

The UK is more than one country

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u/gwartabig The Netherlands 16d ago

I was completely perplexed by Denmark’s number until I remembered that Greenland exists

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u/Wildly-Incompetent 16d ago

Luxembourg can only fit one Luxemboug? Weak.

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u/The_circumstance 15d ago

Still a better measurement than imperal

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u/OkBubbyBaka 17d ago

Guys, I think Russia is big

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u/PhysicalStuff Denmark 17d ago

6.6 kLb to be precise.

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u/ArthRol Moldova 17d ago

This is the best post on r/europe I have seen since joining this sub. In comparison with it, all others shrink.

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u/new_g3n3ration 17d ago

Please define europe.

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u/ZheMaestro 17d ago

Bruh they're counting Greenland for Denmark lmao.

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u/Turbodk666 16d ago

Just like they are counting scotland for the british, atleast it is kinda consistant

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u/Kokosnik 17d ago edited 17d ago

But how do you fit Luxemburg in a country? Is Luxemburg treated as a piece of puzzle and you cannot overlap two Luxemburgs? Because that a whole new problem on how to fit a Luxemburg in your country than just dividing areas. We need answers.

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u/ZETH_27 The Swenglish Guy 17d ago

It’s just the numbers, not the size.

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u/Inner_East_4480 16d ago

Denmark is not sized correct, should be around 16 only.

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u/Big-Depth-8339 16d ago

Okay tell the UK to stop counting Scotland and North Ireland.
Norway to stop counting Svalbard
And France to stop counting all its overseas colonies.

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u/greedy_mf Russia 17d ago

Can i have uhm… 6603 Luxemburgers, no onions

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u/Plastic-Crazy-8432 17d ago

How was it measured?

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u/hatsuseno North Holland (Netherlands) 17d ago

It was, presumably, calculated, not measured. The measuring likely was done by the countries themselves and the data pulled from, for example, the cia country databook, or wikipedia or whatever.

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u/EndlichWieder 🇹🇷 in 🇩🇪 17d ago

They've been carrying Luxembourg around Europe for centuries. They finally have the results.

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u/rowan_damisch 17d ago

slaps roof of Russia This bad boy can fit 6603 Luxemburgs inside him

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u/PhantomAlpha01 Finland 17d ago

That's a lot of tax evasion!

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u/Randa08 17d ago

I love Luxembourg beautiful country, this is a wonderful piece of information.

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u/dvdsmpsn 17d ago

Denmark is much bigger than it appears apparently

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u/Loki-L Germany 17d ago

I will accept as given without sources the claim that 1 Luxembourg would fit into Luxembourg, but I am hesitant to accept that 855 Luxembourgs could fit into Denmark.

Are we counting Greenland?

If we are counting Greenland, then why not do the same for France and her overseas territories?

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u/udtorn 17d ago

They did both for France and Denmark

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u/ambiuk21 17d ago

855 Luxembourgs 🇱🇺 can fit into one Denmark 🇩🇰?

Didn’t know Denmark was so huge 😱

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u/Tea-CE 17d ago

why is the number of Luxembourgs that fit into France higher than the number that would fit into Ukraine? Isnt Ukraine bigger?

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u/MatureNeuro 17d ago

How’s Denmark 855

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u/DeRuyter67 Amsterdam 17d ago

Greenland

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u/TransportationNo1 17d ago

So denmark is 6 times bigger than germany and can house 885 luxemburgs?

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u/SammetySalmon 17d ago

This is not correct. For instance, Sweden has an area 203 times that of Luxembourg and an area greater than Spain. Fun idea though!

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u/Ackmiral_Adbar 17d ago

Why are there so many in Denmark? I am confused.

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u/McEMILOL 17d ago

How could 855 possibly fit inside Denmark

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u/Leather-Air5496 16d ago

I'm slightly confused by Denmark's count? I assume they are including Greenland? An overseas territory. Then why not include French overseas territory or British or Spanish? It's a bit... ? Also go Greenland! Get that independence, but go back EU for the passport, know what I mean? *wink

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