Best Country in The World - List of Beautiful Countries to Live in

It lists the countries of the world, gives an overview, the nations of the world. There are also independent states in it. (Which are internationally accredited and those who have been denied), are settled, the territories, and the fields of special rulers.

According to such inclusion norms, this list does not consider the term 'country' and 'universal nation' synonymous. As is often used in ordinary colloquial. Please keep in mind that the word 'country' is considered to be the most restrictive meaning in any particular circumstance and in certain languages.

This list covers all areas that come under the jurisdiction of the given countries, i.e. area, aquatic region (which also includes aquatic internal area and aquatic areas from the site), specific economic zones, continental shelf, and airspace.

Norway<span class='colorOrange fontSize16'> - Kingdom of Norway</span>
Norway is a constitutional monarchy that uses a system of parliamentary government. Its parliament, Stortinget, has 169 members (previously 165, then added 4 people on 12 September 2005) who were chosen for a 4-year term.

2. Denmark - Kingdom of Denmark

Denmark<span class='colorOrange fontSize16'> - Kingdom of Denmark</span>

The Denmark, officially the Kingdom of Denmark, is a country ruler of northern Europe and Scandinavia, whose metropolitan territory is located in the south of Norway, from which it is separated by the North Sea, to the west of Sweden, the Øresundacting as a natural frontier, and in the north of Germany, the only country with which it shares a land border. Its capital is Copenhagen. Denmark covers an area of 42924 km2, making it the smallest state in Scandinavia, but total area of 2210579 km2 including the Faroe Islands and Greenland. It had a population of 5.75 million in 2016. A mostly flat country, its territory is composed of agricultural areas and sandy coasts.

3. Iceland


Iceland is a sovereign country located in the northwest corner of Europe, whose territory covers the homonymous island and some small islands and adjacent islets in the Atlantic Ocean, between the rest of Europe and Greenland. Its capital is Reykjavik. It has a population of about 350,000 inhabitants and an area of 103,000 km². Because of its location on the Mid - Atlantic Ridge, is a country with highly active volcanic and geological, a factor that greatly affects the landscape of Icelandic territory. The interior of the country consists of a plateau characterized by deserts, mountains, glaciers and glacial rivers that flow to the sea through the lowlands. Thanks to the effects of the Gulf Stream, it has a mild climate in relation to its latitude and provides a habitable environment.

4. Switzerland - Swiss Confederation

Switzerland<span class='colorOrange fontSize16'> - Swiss Confederation</span>

Switzerland, officially Swiss Confederation, is a landlocked country located in central Europe and that has a population of 8,500,000 inhabitants (2018). Switzerland is a federated republic of 26 states, called cantons. Bern is the seat of federal authorities, while the country's financial centers are located in the cities of Zurich, Basel, Geneva and Lugano. Switzerland is the fourth richest country in the world, according to its GDP per capita, with US $ 83,718 (2011). Switzerland has one of the economies capitalists more stable, powerful and modern in the world, located in the top ten according to the Economic Freedom Index 2009. The nominal GDP per capita in Switzerland is higher than most of European economies, second only to Luxembourg. The purchasing power parity index (PPP) of Switzerland is among the fifteen best in the world. Switzerland's economy is the second most competitive in the world.

5. Finland - Republic of Finland

Finland<span class='colorOrange fontSize16'> - Republic of Finland</span>

Finland, officially the Republic of Finland, is a country in Northern Europe with 5,518,371 (2017) inhabitants. Finland borders on Russia to the east, Norway to the north and Sweden to the northwest. To the south, it is separated from Estonia by the Gulf of Finland. To the west lies the Gulf of Bothnia and to the southwest the Baltic Sea on the other side of which lies neighbor Sweden. The capital is Helsinki. Finland is sometimes called 'the land of a thousand lakes', in reality there are approximately 188,000 lakes. The largest lake is Lake Saimaa. In the southeast the country is speckled with countless lakes and ponds. The country is a democratic republic with an elected president. The presidency of Finland lasts six years, plus a possible re-election of another six years, resulting in a maximum presidency of twelve years.

6. Netherlands - Kingdom of the Netherlands

Netherlands<span class='colorOrange fontSize16'> - Kingdom of the Netherlands</span>

The Netherlands is one of the countries within the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The majority of the Netherlands is in northwest Europe, on the North Sea. In addition to the European part, there are the three special municipalities in the Caribbean Sea, which are also referred to as the Caribbean Netherlands. The European Netherlands is bordered in the south by Belgium, along the east border by Germany and on the west and north by the sea. The capital of the Netherlands is Amsterdam, the government seat is The Hague. The Netherlands has a population of 17,084,719 (2017) and with an area of 41,543 km² a high population density of 411.3/km² (2017). More than 18% of the surface consists of water and a large part of the land and population is below sea level. The land is protected against the water through a system of dikes and waterworks. Polders have been created through land reclamation. Administratively, the country is divided into twelve provinces.

7. Canada


Located at the north end of the North American subcontinent, it extends from the Atlantic Ocean to the east, the Pacific Ocean to the west, and north to the Arctic Ocean. It shares a border with the United States to the south, and to the northwest with its federated state Alaska. It is the second largest country in the world after Russia, and also the most northern. It occupies about half of the territory of North America. Because of its climate, it is one of the 15 countries with the lowest population density in the world, with approximately 4 inhabitants per square kilometer.

8. New Zealand

New Zealand

New Zealand, notable for its geographical isolation, is located about 2000 kilometers southeast of Australia in the Tasman Sea, and its closest neighbors to the north are New Caledonia, Fiji and Tonga. Due to this long isolation, an endemic fauna dominated by birds developed in the country, many of which became extinct after the arrival of humans and mammals that they introduced without any control. Most of the New Zealand population is of European descent, Maori Indians are the largest minority. Asians and Polynesians are also significant minorities, especially in urban areas. Although it has three official languages the most spoken, by far, it is English.

9. Australia - Commonwealth of Australia

Australia<span class='colorOrange fontSize16'> - Commonwealth of Australia</span>

Australia has been inhabited for at least forty-six thousand years by Australian Aborigines. Their discovery would have occurred after the sporadic visits of Spaniards and Portuguese who explored the northern and western coast of Australia, although without advancing inland due to the small number of explorers. Scans initiated in the seventeenth century were continued by Dutch fishermen, explorers and traders Europeans. So far it is argued that the first to disembark on the eastern shores was the British navigator James Cook that arrived in 1769 to New Zealand and in 1770 to Australian lands. Due to this, the eastern half of the continent was claimed by Great Britain in 1770, and in 1788 a penal colony was established in New South Wales.

10. Sweden - Kingdom of Sweden

Sweden<span class='colorOrange fontSize16'> - Kingdom of Sweden</span>

Sweden, officially Kingdom of Sweden is a Scandinavian country in Northern Europe that is part of the European Union (EU). It is bordered to the north by Norway and Finland, to the east by Finland and the Gulf of Bothnia, to the south by the Baltic Sea and to the west by the North Sea and Norway. It has land borders with Norway and Finland, and is connected to Denmark by the bridge of Ersund. Its most populous city is Stockholm, which is also its capital. With an area of 450,295 km2, is the fifth largest country in Europe. In 2016, it had a total population of just over 10 million people, of whom 98% have Internet access, making it the country with the highest penetration of service in the world. It has a population density of only 22/km2, similar to other countries around it. About 84% of the population lives in urban areas. Swedes enjoy a high standard of living, with a non-hierarchical corporate organization and culture, and collectivist compared to their Anglo-Saxon counterparts. Nature conservation, environmental protection and energy efficiency are generally a priority in policy-making and are welcomed by much of the people. It maintains the Nordic model of well-being that provides universal health care and free tertiary education to its citizens, has the eleventh highest per capita income in the world, and ranks high in numerous human development measurements, including quality of life, safety, health, education, equality, and prosperity.

11. Israel - State of Israel

Israel<span class='colorOrange fontSize16'> - State of Israel</span>

12. Costa Rica - Republic of Costa Rica

Costa Rica<span class='colorOrange fontSize16'> - Republic of Costa Rica</span>

13. Austria - Republic of Austria

Austria<span class='colorOrange fontSize16'> - Republic of Austria</span>

14. United States - United States of America

United States<span class='colorOrange fontSize16'> - United States of America</span>

15. Ireland


16. Germany - Federal Republic of Germany

17. Belgium - Kingdom of Belgium

18. Luxembourg - Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

19. United Kingdom - United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

20. Chile - Republic of Chile

21. United Arab Emirates

22. Argentina - Argentine Republic

Argentina<span class='colorOrange fontSize16'> - Argentine Republic</span>

23. Brazil - Federative Republic of Brazil

24. Czech Republic

25. Mexico - United Mexican States

26. Singapore - Republic of Singapore

27. Malta - Republic of Malta

28. Uruguay - Oriental Republic of Uruguay

29. Guatemala - Republic of Guatemala

30. Panama - Republic of Panama

31. France - French Republic

32. Thailand - Kingdom of Thailand

33. Taiwan - Republic of China

34. Spain - Kingdom of Spain

35. Qatar - State of Qatar

36. Colombia - Republic of Colombia

37. Saudi Arabia - Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

38. Trinidad and Tobago - Republic of Trinidad and Tobago

39. Kuwait - State of Kuwait

40. Slovakia - Slovak Republic

41. Bahrain - Kingdom of Bahrain

42. Malaysia

43. Nicaragua - Republic of Nicaragua

44. Ecuador - Republic of Ecuador

45. El Salvador - Republic of El Salvador

46. Poland - Republic of Poland

47. Uzbekistan - Republic of Uzbekistan

48. Italy - Italian Republic

49. Russia - Russian Federation

50. Belize

51. Japan

52. Lithuania - Republic of Lithuania

53. Algeria - People's Democratic Republic of Algeria

Algeria<span class='colorOrange fontSize16'> - People's Democratic Republic of Algeria</span>

54. Latvia - Republic of Latvia

55. Moldova - Republic of Moldova

56. Korea, South - Republic of Korea

57. Romania

58. Bolivia - Plurinational State of Bolivia

59. Turkmenistan

60. Kazakhstan - Republic of Kazakhstan

61. Northern Cyprus - Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus

62. Slovenia - Republic of Slovenia

63. Peru - Republic of Peru

64. Mauritius - Republic of Mauritius

65. Cyprus - Republic of Cyprus

66. Estonia - Republic of Estonia

67. Belarus - Republic of Belarus

68. Libya

69. Turkey - Republic of Turkey

70. Paraguay - Republic of Paraguay

71. Philippines - Republic of the Philippines

72. Serbia - Republic of Serbia

73. Jordan - Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan

74. Hungary

75. Jamaica

76. Croatia - Republic of Croatia

77. Kosovo - Republic of Kosovo

78. China - People's Republic of China

79. Indonesia - Republic of Indonesia

80. Pakistan - Islamic Republic of Pakistan

81. Venezuela - Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela

82. Montenegro

83. Morocco - Kingdom of Morocco

84. Azerbaijan - Republic of Azerbaijan

85. Dominican Republic

86. Greece - Hellenic Republic

87. Lebanon - Lebanese Republic

88. Portugal - Portuguese Republic

89. Bosnia and Herzegovina

90. Honduras - Republic of Honduras

91. Macedonia - Republic of Macedonia

92. Somalia - Federal Republic of Somalia

93. Vietnam - Socialist Republic of Vietnam

94. Nigeria - Federal Republic of Nigeria

95. Tajikistan - Republic of Tajikistan

96. Bhutan - Kingdom of Bhutan

97. Kyrgyzstan - Kyrgyz Republic

98. Nepal - Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal

99. Mongolia

100. South Africa - Republic of South Africa

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