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This is a List of Ceremonial counties of England by Area.

Rank County Area km² Area sq mi
1 North Yorkshire 8,654 3,340
2 Lincolnshire 6,959 2,686
3 Cumbria 6,768 2,612
4 Devon 6,707 2,589
5 Norfolk 5,371 2,073
6 Northumberland 5,013 1,935
7 Somerset 4,171 1,610
8 Suffolk 3,801 1,467
9 Hampshire 3,769 1,455
10 Kent 3,736 1,442
11 Essex 3,670 1,417
12 Cornwall 3,563 1,375
13 Shropshire 3,487 1,346
14 Wiltshire 3,485 1,345
15 Cambridgeshire 3,389 1,308
16 Gloucestershire 3,150 1,216
17 Lancashire 3,075 1,187
18 Staffordshire 2,713 1,047
19 County Durham 2,676 1,033
20 Dorset 2,653 1,024
21 Derbyshire 2,625 1,013
22 Oxfordshire 2,605 1,006
23 East Riding of Yorkshire 2,479 957
24 Northamptonshire 2,364 913
25 Cheshire 2,343 904
26 Herefordshire 2,180 841
27 Nottinghamshire 2,160 834
28 Leicestershire 2,156 832
29 West Yorkshire 2,029 783
30 West Sussex 1,991 769
31 Warwickshire 1,975 762
32 Buckinghamshire 1,874 723
33 East Sussex 1,792 692
34 Worcestershire 1,741 672
35 Surrey 1,663 642
36 Hertfordshire 1,643 634
37 Greater London 1,577 609
38 South Yorkshire 1,552 599
39 Greater Manchester 1,276 493
40 Berkshire 1,262 487
41 Bedfordshire 1,235 477
42 West Midlands 902 348
43 Merseyside 645 249
44 Tyne and Wear 540 208
45 Rutland 382 147.5
46 Isle of Wight 380 146.7
47 Bristol 110 42
48 City of London 2.6 1.0

Shropshire is the largest county without a coastline

Source

Area measurement of land area only (to mean high water mark and excluding inland water features larger than 1 km²). Office for National Statistics, UK Standard Area Measurements (SAM) as at 31/12/05, published July 2007 [1]. Consult the main article for a definition of the areas included in each county.

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