List of Romanian Counties by Area

The following is a list of Romanian counties (judeţe), ordered by area.

Rank County Area Population Density (people/km²)
1 Timiş 8,697 km2 (3,358 sq mi) 76
2 Suceava 8,553 km2 (3,302 sq mi) 80
3 Caraş-Severin 8,514 km2 (3,287 sq mi) 39
4 Tulcea 8,499 km2 (3,281 sq mi) 31
5 Arad 7,754 km2 (2,994 sq mi) 59.5
6 Bihor 7,544 km2 (2,913 sq mi) 84
7 Dolj 7,414 km2 (2,863 sq mi) 99
8 Constanţa 7,071 km2 (2,730 sq mi) 101
9 Hunedoara 7,063 km2 (2,727 sq mi) 69
10 Argeş 6,862 km2 (2,649 sq mi) 95
11 Mureş 6,714 km2 (2,592 sq mi) 86
12 Cluj 6,674 km2 (2,577 sq mi) 105
13 Harghita 6,639 km2 (2,563 sq mi) 52
14 Bacău 6,621 km2 (2,556 sq mi) 113
15 Maramureş 6,304 km2 (2,434 sq mi) 81
16 Alba 6,242 km2 (2,410 sq mi) 61
17 Buzău 6,103 km2 (2,356 sq mi) 81
18 Neamţ 5,896 km2 (2,276 sq mi) 99
19 Teleorman 5,790 km2 (2,240 sq mi) 75
20 Vâlcea 5,765 km2 (2,226 sq mi) 72
21 Gorj 5,602 km2 (2,163 sq mi) 69
22 Olt 5,498 km2 (2,123 sq mi) 89
23 Iaşi 5,476 km2 (2,114 sq mi) 150
24 Sibiu 5,432 km2 (2,097 sq mi) 78
25 Braşov 5,363 km2 (2,071 sq mi) 111.2
26 Bistriţa-Năsăud 5,355 km2 (2,068 sq mi) 59.2
27 Vaslui 5,318 km2 (2,053 sq mi) 86
28 Călăraşi 5,088 km2 (1,964 sq mi) 64
29 Botoşani 4,986 km2 (1,925 sq mi) 91
30 Mehedinţi 4,933 km2 (1,905 sq mi) 62
31 Vrancea 4,857 km2 (1,875 sq mi) 81
32 Brăila 4,766 km2 (1,840 sq mi) 78
33 Prahova 4,716 km2 (1,821 sq mi) 176
34 Galaţi 4,466 km2 (1,724 sq mi) 139
35 Ialomiţa 4,453 km2 (1,719 sq mi) 67
36 Satu Mare 4,418 km2 (1,706 sq mi) 83
37 Dâmboviţa 4,054 km2 (1,565 sq mi) 134
38 Sălaj 3,864 km2 (1,492 sq mi) 64
39 Covasna 3,710 km2 (1,430 sq mi) 60
40 Giurgiu 3,526 km2 (1,361 sq mi) 84
41 Ilfov 1,583 km2 (611 sq mi) 188

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