North Carolina vs Namibia (Statistical Comparison)

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North Carolina Size Comparison

North Carolina is a state located in the Southeastern region of the United States of America, whereas Namibia is a country in Southern Africa. Today in this article, we will discuss the comparison between North Carolina and Namibia regarding various aspects.


Is North Carolina bigger than Namibia?

The total area of North Carolina is 53,819 sq mi, and the total area of Namibia is 318,772 sq mi. North Carolina is smaller than Namibia by 264,953 sq mi. North Carolina is around 5.92 times smaller than Namibia.

Area of North Carolina: 53,819 sq mi ( 139,390 km2 )

Area of North Carolina compared to Namibia

Area of Namibia318,772 sq mi ( 825,615 km2 )

Area of Namibia compared to North Carolina


According to the United States Census Bureau, the total population of North Carolina as of 1st July 2021 was estimated to be around 10,551,162.

Population of North Carolina compared to Namibia

Based on the World Bank data, the total population of Namibia as of 2020, was estimated to be around 2,540,916.

Population of Namibia compared to North Carolina

Here is some more data comparison between North Carolina and Namibia.

The capital city of North Carolina is Raleigh and the capital city of Namibia is Windhoek.

Official Languages

North Carolina: English
Namibia: English


North Carolina: North Carolinian
Namibia: Namibian

ISO 3166 Code

North Carolina: US-NC
Namibia: NA

North Carolina Time Zone: 

UTC – 5 (Eastern Standard Time)

Summer (DST):
UTC – 4 (Eastern Daylight Time)

Namibia Time Zone: 

UTC + 2 (Central Africa Time)

Geological Coordinates

Coordinates of North Carolina:
35° 33′ 20.52″ N, 79° 23′ 15.72″ W

Coordinates of Namibia:
22° 0′ 0″ S, 17° 0′ 0″ E

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