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Population of Germany 2022

Germany, officially the Federal Republic of Germany, is a country in Central Europe. It is the second-most populous country in Europe after Russia and the most populous member state of the European Union. As per the World Population Prospects, 2019 by the United Nations, the population of Germany in 2021 is 84,000,945 (84 million)

Source: World Population Prospects 2019

Germany Population 2022

Germany has a population growth rate during 2020-2021 of 0.32%. Its estimated population in 2021 is  83,883,587 (83.88 million)* equivalent to 1.07 % of the total world population. The total Land Area of Germany is 348,672 sq. km(134,623 sq. mi)  & the Population Density of Germany is 240 per Km2 (623  people per mi2).

Population of  Germany in 2022 –  83.9 million or 8.39 Crores(Approx)
Germany2022 Population
Total Population83,883,587 (83.9 million)
Global Rank19th
Share of World Pop.1.07%
Land Area 348,672 sq. km(134,623 sq. mi)
Area Rank63
Pop. Density240 per Km2 (623 people per mi2).
Capital CityBerlin
Germany Demographics
Fertility Rate 1.60
Infant mortality rate 2.1
Median Age 45.7 years
Life Expectancy 81.88 years
Urban Population 76.3 %

Source: United Nation World  Populations Prospects 

*Fertility rate, the average number of children born to women during their reproductive years.

**Infant mortality rate is the number of deaths per 1,000 live births of children under one year of age

Religion in Germany

  • Christianity – 55%
    Catholic Church (27.2%)
    Evangelical Church (24.9%)
    Orthodox Christianity (1.9%)
    Other Christians (1.1%)
  • Unaffiliated (38.8%)
  • Islam (5.2%)
  • Other religions (0.9%)

Source: Wikepedia

Top Cities in Germany by Population

4CologneNorth Rhine-Westphalia10,85,664
7DüsseldorfNorth Rhine-Westphalia6,19,294
9DortmundNorth Rhine-Westphalia5,87,010
10EssenNorth Rhine-Westphalia5,83,109
11BremenBremen (state)5,69,352
13HannoverLower Saxony5,38,068
15DuisburgNorth Rhine-Westphalia4,98,590
16BochumNorth Rhine-Westphalia3,64,628
17WuppertalNorth Rhine-Westphalia3,54,382
18BielefeldNorth Rhine-Westphalia3,33,786
19BonnNorth Rhine-Westphalia3,27,258
20MünsterNorth Rhine-Westphalia3,14,319

Source: Statistical offices in Germany 2018