Northern Ireland is a country located in Europe and is a part of the United Kingdom, whereas Vermont is a state in the New England region of the United States. Today in this article, we will discuss the comparison between Northern Ireland and Vermont regarding various aspects.
Is Northern Ireland bigger than Vermont?
The total area of Northern Ireland is 14,130 sq km, and the total area of Vermont is 24,923 sq km. Northern Ireland is smaller than Vermont by 10,793 sq km. Northern Ireland is around 1.76 times smaller than Vermont.
Area of Northern Ireland: 5,460 sq mi ( 14,130 km2 )
Area of Vermont: 9,616 sq mi ( 24,923 km2 )
According to the Eurostat and United Nations data, the total population of Northern Ireland as of 2019 was estimated to be around 1.885 Million.
Based on the United States Census Bureau data, the total population of Vermont as of 2019 was estimated to be around 623,989.
Here is some more data comparison between Northern Ireland and Vermont.
The capital city of Northern Ireland is Belfast, and the capital city of Vermont is Montpelier.
Northern Ireland: English, Irish
Human Development Index
HDI of Northern Ireland as of 2018: 0.887
HDI of Vermont as of 2018: 0.936
Northern Ireland Timezone:
UTC (Greenwich Mean Time)
UTC + 1 (British Summer Time)
UTC − 5 (Eastern Time Zone)
UTC − 4 (Eastern Daylight Time)
Coordinates of Northern Ireland:
54° 40′ 0″ N, 6° 40′ 0″ W
Coordinates of Vermont:
44° 0′ 0″ N, 72° 42′ 0″ W
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