The 11 richest nations by GDP per capita worldwide

The small European nation of Luxembourg is bordered by Belgium, France, and Germany. It is primarily rural, with rocky gorges of the Mullerthal region in the east, the Moselle river valley in the southeast, and extensive Ardennes woodland and nature parks in the north.


Off the coasts of England and Wales, the majority of the island of Ireland is occupied by the Republic of Ireland. The birthplace of writers like Oscar Wilde and the origin of Guinness beer is Ireland's capital city, Dublin.


Switzerland is a hilly nation in Central Europe that is home to many lakes, towns, and the lofty Alps. Its cities are home to mediaeval neighbourhoods,


Qatar is a peninsular Arab nation with harsh desert and a lengthy stretch of beaches and dunes along the Persian (Arab) Gulf coast.


A Scandinavian nation, Norway is home to mountains, glaciers, and extensive coastline fjords. The capital, Oslo, is a city with parks and museums.


Southeast Asia's marine region is home to the island nation and city-state of Singapore. It is located 137 kilometres (85 miles) or one degree latitude north of the equator, off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, 


Alaska in the northwest and Hawaii expanding the country's influence into the Pacific Ocean make up the 50 states that make up the United States, which spans a large portion of North America.

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The stunning terrain of the Nordic island nation of Iceland, which has volcanoes, geysers, hot springs, and lava fields, defines the country.


Australia, or the Commonwealth of Australia, is a sovereign state made up of the Australian continent's interior, the island of Tasmania, as well as a number of other smaller islands.


Jutland Peninsula and many islands make up the Nordic nation of Denmark. The resund bridge connects it to neighbouring Sweden. Its capital, Copenhagen, is home to beautiful Nyhavn Harbor and royal palaces.


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