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Description A map of the world, with colours to highlight the population density of each country or territory. Numbers on the legend are in people per km2, and all countries smaller than 20,000 km2 are represented by a dot. The information was taken from en:Countries by population density.It is intended as a vector replacement for Image:World population density map.PNG. It is derived from Image:BlankMap-World6.svg, so thanks to everyone who has contributed to that. If you have any comments, suggestions, corrections, or requests for other maps, please contact me at my English Wikipedia talk page.
Date 10 January 2007
Source Own work
Author Miguel Contreras, Guatemala

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current23:33, 21 December 2011Thumbnail for version as of 23:33, 21 December 20116,000 × 2,647 (1.62 MB)Quibikadded transparency
13:43, 20 February 2011Thumbnail for version as of 13:43, 20 February 20116,000 × 2,647 (1.62 MB)Erik del Toro Streb typographically corrected
02:22, 7 January 2008Thumbnail for version as of 02:22, 7 January 20086,000 × 2,647 (1.62 MB)Briefplan~commonswiki{{Information |Description=A map of the world, with colours to highlight the population density of each country or territory. Numbers on the legend are in people per km<sup>2</sup>, and all countries smaller than 20,000 km<sup>2</sup> are represented by a
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