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This is an incomplete list of the average ages of people when they first marry in various countries. This list is current, and does not treat the topic in history.

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Africa

  •  Botswana: 30.8 for men, 26.7 for women.
  •  Cameroon: 29.7 for men, 25.2 for women.
  •  Chad: 24.1 for men, 18.0 for women.
  •  Egypt: 25.9 for men, 24.2 for women.
  •  Kenya: 26.3 for men, 21.6 for women.
  •  Libya: 32.0 for men, 29.2 for women.
  •  Mozambique: 22.6 for men, 18.0 for women.
  •  Niger: 23.9 for men, 17.6 for women.
  •  South Africa: 28.9 for men, 27.1 for women.
  •  Togo: 27.0 for men, 21.3 for women.

Americas

  •  Argentina: 25.6 for men, 23.3 for women (1991) [1]
  •  Brazil: 28 for men, 26 for women (2006) [1]
  •  Canada: 34.3 for men, 31.7 for women, 33 final average.[2]
  •  Guatemala: 27.5 for men, 24 for women, 26 final average
  •  Mexico: 24.6 for men, 22.4 for women, 23.5 final average (1990) [1]
  •  Peru: 25.7 for men, 23.1 for women. (1996) [1]
  •  United States: 27.8 for men, 26 for women. (2000) [3]

Asia

  •  Bangladesh: 24.9 for men, 18.1 for women (1991)
  •  Bahrain: __.__ for men, __.__ for women
  •  Bhutan: __.__ for men, __.__ for women
  •  Pakistan: 26.3 for men, 21.6 for women (1991)
  •  China: 23.8 for men, 22.1 for women.
  •  Hong Kong: 31.1 for men, 28.8 for women.
  •  India: 23.9 for men, 19.3 for women. (1991)
  •  Indonesia: 25.2 for men, 21.6 for women.
  •  Iran: 27.7 for men, 23.9 for women (2004).
  •  Iraq: 24.5 for men, 20.0 for women.
  •  Israel: 25.5 for men, 24.for women.
  •  Japan: 30 for men, 27.3 for women.
  •  Oman: __.__ for men, __ for women.
  •  Philippines: 25.8 for men, 19.3 for women.
  •  Qatar: __.__ for men, __.__ for women.
  •  Taiwan: 31.8 for men, 27.7 for women
  •  Kuwait: 29.6 for men, 25.0 for women.
  •  Malaysia: __.__ for men, __.__ for women.
  •  Myanmar: 27.5 for men, 26.4 for women.
  •  Nepal: 22.0 for men, 18.8 for women.
  •  North Korea: __.__ for men, __.__ for women (2009)
  •  Saudi Arabia: 25.5 for men, 19.3 for women.
  •  Singapore: 29.7 for men, 27.1 for women (2009) [4]
  •  South Korea: 31 for men, 28 for women (2008)
  •  Sri Lanka: __.__, __.__ for women
  •  Sudan: __.__ for men, __.__ for women. (2009)
  •  Syria: __.__ for men, __.__ for women.
  •  Thailand: 25.8 for men, 23.5 for women.
  •  Vietnam: __.__ for men, __.__ for women.
  •  Yemen: __.__ for men, __.__ for women.

Europe

  •  Albania: 27.7 for men, 22.4 for women. (2007)[5]
  •  Armenia: 28.3 for men, 24.4 for women. (2007)[5]
  •  Austria: 30.3 for men, 27.9 for women.
  •  Belarus: 25.1 for men, 22.9 for women. (2001)
  •  Belgium: 30.5 for men, 29.1 for women. (2004)[5]
  •  Bulgaria: 29.0 for men, 25.9 for women. (2007)[5]
  •  Croatia: 29.7 for men, 26.7 for women. (2007)[5]
  •  Czech Republic: 31.2 for men, 28.6 for women. (2007)
  •  Denmark: 32.8 for men, 30.3 for women. (2001)[5]
  •  Estonia: 27.8 for men, 25.2 for women. (2001)
  •  Finland: 30.5 for men, 28.3 for women.
  •  France: 31.9 for men, 29.7 for women. (2005)[5]
  •  Germany: 32.6 for men, 29.6 for women. 31 final average. (2006)[6]
  •  Greece: 31.7 for men, 28.6 for women [5]
  •  Hungary: 29.3 for men, 27 for women (2005)
  •  Ireland: 30 for men, 28.2 for women.
  •  Italy: 32.6 for men, 29.8 for women. (2005)[5]
  •  Latvia: 26.4 for men, 24.4 for women. (2001)
  •  Lithuania: 25.7 for men,23.6 for women. (2000)
  •  Macedonia: 26.6 for men, 23.5 for women. (2000)
  •  Moldova: 25 for men, 22 for women. (2001)
  •  Netherlands: 30.7 for men, 28.3 for women.
  •  Norway: 31.6 for men, 28.9 for women. (1999)
  •  Poland: 26.2 for men, 23 for women.
  •  Portugal: 27.5 for men, 25.7 for women. (2000)
  •  Romania: 27.2 for men, 23.9 for women. (2001)
  •  Russia: 29 for men, 27.5 for women, 28 Final Average
  •  Slovakia: 28.6 for men, 25.6 for women. (2001)
  •  Slovenia: 29.6 for men, 26.7 for women. (2000)
  •  Spain: 33.6 for men, 32.9 for women. (2008)
  •  Sweden: 33.2 for men, 30.6 for women. (2001)[5]
  •  Switzerland: 30.8 for men, 28.2 for women.
  •  Turkey: 26.1 for men, 22.8 for women.(2006)
  •  Ukraine: 25 for men, 22.2 for women. (2001)
  •  United Kingdom: 30.7 for men, 28.5 for women, 29.6 final average[7]. (2005)

Oceania

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