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This article includes several ranked indicators for Spain's autonomous communities.

By area

Spanish autonomous communities by their area.

Rank Community Area  %
1 Castile and León 94 223 km² 18.6%
2 Andalusia 87 268 km² 17.2%
3 Castile-La Mancha 79 463 km² 15.7%
4 Aragon 47 719 km² 9.4%
5 Extremadura 41 634 km² 8.2%
6 Catalonia 32 114 km² 6.3%
7 Galicia 29 574 km² 5.8%
8 Valencia 23 255 km² 4.6%
9 Murcia 11 313 km² 2.2%
10 Asturias 10 604 km² 2.1%
11 Navarre 10 391 km² 2.1%
12 Madrid 8 028 km² 1.6%
13 Canary Islands 7 447 km² 1.5%
14 Basque Country 7 234 km² 1.4%
15 Cantabria 5 321 km² 1.0%
16 La Rioja 5 045 km² 1.0%
17 Balearic Islands 4 992 km² 1.0%
Spanish possessions in North Africa 33 km² 0.01%
 Spain 505 988 km² 100%

Source: Unknown.

By population

Spanish autonomous communities by their population as of July 1, 2008.

Rank Community 2008 Comparable country
1 Andalusia 8,105,608  Benin
2 Catalonia 7,270,468  Switzerland
3 Community of Madrid 6,245,883  Laos
4 Valencian Community 4,950,566  Eritrea
5 Galicia 2,738,098  Oman
6 Castile and León 2,506,454  Lesotho
7 Basque Country 2,138,453  Namibia
8 Canary Islands 2,061,499  Namibia
9 Castile-La Mancha 2,001,643  Slovenia
10 Murcia 1,430,986  Gabon
11 Aragon 1,306,631  Trinidad and Tobago
12 Extremadura 1,079,725  Timor-Leste
13 Asturias 1,059,089  Timor-Leste
14 Balearic Islands 1,058,668  Timor-Leste
15 Navarre 610,384  Comoros
16 Cantabria 573,758  Suriname
17 La Rioja 313,772  Iceland
18 Ceuta 72,353  Dominica
19 Melilla 69,347  Dominica
-  Spain 45,593,385  Ukraine

Sources: National Statistics Office (Spain's population), IMF's October 2009 database (country population comparison).

By GSP (PPP) per capita

Spanish autonomous communities by their gross state product per capita at purchasing power parity in 2008 international dollars.

Community 2008 Comparable country
Andalusia 23,727  Saudi Arabia
Aragon 33,747  Japan
Asturias 28,922  Israel
Balearic Islands 33,291  Japan
Canary Islands 27,058  New Zealand
Cantabria 31,421  Taiwan
Castile and León 29,950  Cyprus
Castile-La Mancha 23,681  Saudi Arabia
Catalonia 36,019  Finland
Valencian Community 27,523  South Korea
Extremadura 21,574  Slovakia
Galicia 26,435  New Zealand
Community of Madrid 39,885  Austria
Murcia 25,246  Czech Republic
Navarre 39,249  Canada
Basque Country 41,196  Netherlands
La Rioja 33,199  Japan
Ceuta 28,615  Israel
Melilla 27,555  South Korea
 Spain 30,795  Greece

Sources: National Statistics Office (Spain's GSP and GDP per capita), IMF's October 2009 database (Spain's implied PPP conversion rate, GDP (PPP) per capita for world countries).
Notes: To obtain the GSP (PPP) per capita in international dollars, the community GSP per capita was divided by the implied PPP conversion rate for Spain in 2008.

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Here is a list of the autonomous communities of Spain in order of area.

Rank
Name
Area
Percentage
1 Castile and León 94 223 km² 18.6%
2 Andalusia 87 268 km² 17.2%
3 Castile-La Mancha 79 463 km² 15.7%
4 Aragon 47 719 km² 9.4%
5 Extremadura 41 634 km² 8.2%
6 Catalonia 32 114 km² 6.3%
7 Galicia 29 574 km² 5.8%
8 Valencia 23 255 km² 4.6%
9 Murcia 11 313 km² 2.2%
10 Asturias 10 604 km² 2.1%
11 Navarre 10 391 km² 2.1%
12 Madrid 8 028 km² 1.6%
13 Canary Islands 7 447 km² 1.5%
14 Basque Country 7 234 km² 1.4%
15 Cantabria 5 321 km² 1.0%
16 La Rioja 5 045 km² 1.0%
17 Balearic Islands 4 992 km² 1.0%
Spanish possessions in North Africa 33 km² 0.01%
TOTAL 505 988 km² 100%

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