You can find on this page the Germany population map to print and to download in PDF. The Germany population density map presents the number of inhabitants in relation to the country size and the structure of the population of Germany in Europe.
Germany population is characterized by zero or declining growth, with an aging population and smaller cohort of youths as its shown in Germany population map.

Germany population density map

Map of Germany density

The Germany population density map shows the number of inhabitants in relation to Germany size. This demographic map of Germany will allow you to know demography and structure of the population of Germany in Europe. The Germany density map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

With estimated 81.8 million inhabitants in January 2010, Germany is the most populous country in the European Union and ranks as the 16th largest country in the world in terms of population. Germany population density stands at 229.4 inhabitants per square kilometer as its mentioned in Germany population density map.

The total fertility rate in Germany has been rated around 1.4 in 2010 (the highest value since 1990) and has recently even been estimated at 1.6 after accounting for the fact that older women contribute more to the number of births than in previous statistic models, and total fertility rates increased in younger generations. Population density (people per sq. km of land area) in Germany was reported at 237 sq. Km in 2018 as you can see in Germany population density map, according to the World Bank collection of development indicators, compiled from officially recognized sources.

1.6% of the country overall population declare themselves Orthodox Christians, Serbs and Greeks being the most numerous. Germany has Europe third-largest Jewish population (after France and the United Kingdom). In 2004, twice as many Jews from former Soviet republics settled in Germany as in Israel, bringing the total Jewish population to more than 200,000, compared to 30,000 prior to German reunification as its shown in Germany population density map. Large cities with significant Jewish populations include Berlin, Frankfurt and Munich. Germany population density was at level of 237.3 people per sq. km in 2018, up from 236.6 people per sq. km previous year, this is a change of 0.30%.