Is Sicily Bigger Than Poland? (Comparison)

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Is Sicily bigger than Poland

Sicily is an island of the country of Italy located in the Mediterranean sea, whereas Poland is a country which is located in Central Europe. Today in this article, we will discuss the comparison between Sicily and Poland regarding various aspects.


Is Sicily bigger than Poland?

The total area of Sicily is 25,711 sq km, and the total area of Poland is 312,696 sq km. Sicily is smaller than Poland by 286,985 sq km. Sicily is around 12.16 times smaller than Poland.

Area of Sicily:  9,927 sq mi ( 25,711 km2 )

Area of Sicily compared to Poland

Area of Poland:  120,733 sq mi ( 312,696 km2 )

Area of Poland compared to Sicily


According to the Eurostat data, the total population of Sicily as of 2019 was estimated to be around 5 Million.

Population of Sicily compared to Poland

Based on the Worldometer elaboration of the latest United Nations data, the current population of Poland as of 19th June 2021, is 37,807,069.

Population of Poland compared to Sicily

Here is some more data comparison between Sicily and Poland.

The capital city of Sicily is Palermo, and the capital city of Poland is Warsaw.

Official Languages

Sicily: Italian
Poland: Polish

Human Development Index

HDI of Sicily as of 2018: 0.838
HDI of Poland as of 2018: 0.880

Sicily Timezone:

UTC + 1 (Central European Time)

Summer (DST):
UTC + 2 (Central European Summer Time)

Poland Timezone:

UTC + 1 (Central European Time)

Summer (DST):
UTC + 2 (Central European Summer Time)

Sicily and Poland are in the same time zones. 

Geological Coordinates

Coordinates of Sicily:
37° 30′ 0″ N, 14° 0′ 0″ E

Coordinates of Poland:
52° 0′ 0″ N20° 0′ 0″ E

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Aashish Poudel Genuine is a web developer, writer and currently a student in Cyprus. He has created this site to help people who are willing to come to Cyprus or want to know more about this country.

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