Hungary

Official nameHungary
Name in local languageMagyarország (hu)
ContinentEurope
SubcontinentEuropean Union
Population (ranking: 93e)9,778,371 inhabitants (2018)
Population growth-0.20 % / year
Area93,023 km²
Density105.12 inhabitants / km²
GDP (ranking: 58e)155.703 billions $USD (2018)
GDP/capita (ranking)15,939 $USD (2018)
GDP growth4.90 % / year (2018)
Life expectancy (ranking)76.70 years (2018)
Birth rate9.40 ‰ (2017)
Fertility rate1.49 children / woman (2017)
Death rate (ranking)13.50 ‰ (2017)
Infant mortality rate (ranking)3.60 ‰ (2017)
Literacy rate99.05 % (2015)
Official languagesHungarian
CurrencyForint (HUF)
HDI (ranking: 62e)0.845 / 1 (2018)
EPI (ranking)65.01 (2018)
GovernmentUnitary parliamentary republic
Head of StatePresident János Áder
National Day15 March (Revolution of 1848)
ISO CodesHU, HUN
DemonymHungarian
Tourists (ranking)15,785,000 people (2017)
Hongrie – petite

Hungary is a country located in central Europe, without access to the sea. It is bordered to the north by Slovakia and Ukraine, to the east by Romania, to the south by Serbia and Croatia, to the west by Slovenia and Austria.

Lac Balaton, Hongrie
Lake Balaton, Hungary. Photo: Wikipedia
Pont des chaînes Széchenyi, Budapest, Hongrie.
Széchenyi Chain Bridge, Budapest, Hungary
Budapest, capitale de la Hongrie
Budapest, capitale of Hungary. Photo: Brendel Matyas, Wikipedia
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Urban areas (2017)
Urban areasPopulation
Budapest3,303,786 inhabitants
Debrecen328,642 inhabitants
Miskolc294,144 inhabitants
Székesfehérvár272,474 inhabitants
Pécs251,412 inhabitants
Győr246,159 inhabitants
Szeged243,374 inhabitants
Nyíregyháza238,020 inhabitants
Kecskemét187,835 inhabitants
Szombathely147,920 inhabitants
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Administrative divisions
Counties (Comitats)PopulationArea
Bács-Kiskun511,419 inhabitants8,443 km²
Baranya368,135 inhabitants4,430 km²
Békés347,058 inhabitants5,630 km²
Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén660,549 inhabitants7,247 km²
Budapest (Ville)1,759,407 inhabitants525 km²
Csongrád404,459 inhabitants4,262 km²
Fejér418,487 inhabitants4,358 km²
Győr-Moson-Sopron455,217 inhabitants4,208 km²
Hajdú-Bihar534,974 inhabitants6,209 km²
Heves299,219 inhabitants3,637 km²
Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok376,334 inhabitants5,581 km²
Komárom-Esztergom297,914 inhabitants2,264 km²
Nógrád193,946 inhabitants2,544 km²
Pest1,234,541 inhabitants6,390 km²
Somogy309,115 inhabitants6,065 km²
Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg563,075 inhabitants5,933 km²
Tolna223,618 inhabitants3,703 km²
Vas253,689 inhabitants3,336 km²
Veszprém344,302 inhabitants4,463 km²
Zala275,027 inhabitants3,784 km²
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See also