|Land Area||62,680 km2|
|Water Area||2,620 km2|
|Total Area||65,300km2 (#121)|
|Government Type||Semi-presidential Republic|
|GDP (PPP)||$85.62 Billion|
|GDP Per Capita||$29,900|
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- Coastline: 55.92 miles (90 km)
- Land Area:
(land) 24,201 sq miles (62,680 sq km)
(water) 1,012 sq miles (2,620 sq km)
(TOTAL) 25,212 sq miles (65,300 sq km)
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- Land Area: (all countries)
- Land Divisions: There are 10 counties which are divided into 60 municipalities in Lithuania. The counties include: Alytaus, Kauno, Klaipedos, Marijampoles, Panevezio, Siauliu, Taurages, Telsiu, Utenos, Vilniaus
- Horizontal Width: 199.11 miles (320.43 km) from Klaipeda southeast to Svencionys
- Vertical Length: 152.54 miles (245.48 km) from Druskininkai northwest to Mazeikiai
Note: Lengths and widths are point-to-point, straight-line measurements from a Mercator map projection, and will vary some using other map projections
- Bordering Countries: (4) Belarus, Latvia, Poland, Russia
- Geographic Center: 15.68 miles (25.23 km) southwest of Panevezys
- Highest Point: Juozapine 964 feet (294 m)
- Lowest Point: Baltic Sea 0 m
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