You can find on this page the Norway population map to print and to download in PDF. The Norway population density map presents the number of inhabitants in relation to the country size and the structure of the population of Norway in Northern Europe.

Norway population density map

Map of Norway density

The Norway population density map shows the number of inhabitants in relation to Norway size. This demographic map of Norway will allow you to know demography and structure of the population of Norway in Northern Europe. The Norway density map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Norway ranks number 119 in the list of countries (and dependencies) by population. The population density in Norway is 15 per Km2 (38 people per mi2). 83.4 % of the population is urban (4,521,838 people in 2020). The median age in Norway is 39.8 years. Norway has a relatively consistent population growth year on year and the only slightly negative statistic is the fact that it has a fairly high percentage of people aged over 65. A growth of immigration has also helped to swell numbers however and the CIA World Factbook estimates that current levels of growth will take the population of Norway to 7,032,687 by the year 2060 as you can see in Norway population density map.

The growth rate in Norway has never been drastic in either direction. The highest annual growth rate they have ever seen was in 2015 when there was an increase of 1.25% as its shown in Norway population density map. Although these numbers are not indicative of huge growth, the growth has never been negative and the population numbers have long been relatively stable. The birth rate in Norway is lower than the worldwide average with 1.72 children being born to the average Norwegian woman. If the change in the population were dependent on this figure alone, the population might have begun to fall, but the number of immigrants entering the country has kept the numbers where they are. As of 2019, the annual growth rate in Norway was 0.89%, which adds roughly 50,000 people to the population each year.

Norway is a Scandinavian country in Northern Europe that has a landmass of 148,728 square miles (385,203 square kilometers), which ranks 62nd in the world in terms of sheer size as its mentioned in Norway population density map. The country is made up of the northern portion of the Scandinavian peninsula, Jan Mayen Island and the archipelago of Svalbard and its mountainous coastline is broken up by fjords and thousands of islands. Norway shares its borders with Sweden, Finland, and Russia as well as the Barents, Norwegian, North and Skagerrak Seas. For every square mile of land, there is an average of 35 people living here, which converts to 14 individuals per square kilometer, making Norway only the 171st most densely populated country on the planet. With slightly over 80% of the population living in or around major cities, it is safe to say that Norway is a fairly urban country.