The World Map | Large Printable And HD

The World map displays all the continents, countries’ names of the world as well as all the oceans. The map also has a compass that shows the direction and the position of the North Pole. Latitudes and Longitudes are marked across to accurately find the position of any place on the map.

With seven continents in total and 195 countries in the world. Of those, 193 are officially recognized by the United Nations, an organization that was established after WWII to maintain international peace. The remaining two are non-members known as observer states: Holy See and Palestine.


# Continent Area (km2) Area (mi2)
1 Asia 44,579,000 17,212,000
2 Africa 30,370,000 11,726,000
3 North America 24,709,000 9,540,000
4 South America 17,840,000 6,890,000
5 Antarctica 14,000,000 5,405,000
6 Europe 10,180,000 3,930,000
7 Australia 8,600,000 3,320,000

Asia is the world’s largest continent of the seven continents in size and population. It covers one-third of the earth’s surface. Asia borders the Pacific Ocean in the east, the Arctic Ocean in the north, the Indian Ocean in the south, and Europe to the west.

World Continents Map

Africa is the world’s second-largest continent by both land area and population. Australia is the world’s smallest continent and is also known as an ‘island continent’ as it is surrounded by water on all sides. The official name of Australia is the Commonwealth of Australia. Europe is the world’s third most populated continent, and the sixth-largest continent by land area. Although physically connected to Asia, Europe has historically been considered a separate continent due to cultural and linguistic differences.

North America is the third largest continent in the world by land area. By population, it is the fourth largest. South America is the world’s fourth-largest continent by land area, and the world’s third most populous. ANTARCTICA is the coldest continent in the world, completely covered with ice. There are no permanent inhabitants, except for scientists maintaining research stations in Antarctica.

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