OpenAddresses data is constantly improving through the efforts of our volunteer community. The table on this page shows the latest coverage details on a country-by-country basis.

Coverage Group
Countries are divided into three groups below: 26 countries with complete land area coverage, 6 countries with substantial coverage, and 9 countries with minimal coverage.
Land Area
Source coverage information is given as ISO 3166 codes, U.S. FIPS codes, or simple point and polygon geometries.
Population Covered
Number of people covered by given ISO 3166 codes, U.S. FIPS codes, or simple point and polygon geometries, according to Gridded Population of the World (GPWv4).
Addresses per 1,000 People
We compare raw counts of address points in each country to GPWv4 adjusted population numbers.
Country ISO Coverage Group Land Area Covered Population Covered Addresses per 1,000 People
🇦🇺 Australia AU Complete 100% 7,741K km² 100% 23,948K people 1,093
🇦🇹 Austria AT Complete 100% 83K km² 100% 8,551K people 336
🇧🇾 Belarus BY Complete 100% 207K km² 100% 9,528K people 233
🇧🇷 Brazil BR Complete 100% 8,495K km² 99.0% 205,267K people 400
🇨🇱 Chile CL Complete 100% 756K km² 100% 17,905K people 103
🇨🇿 Czech Rep. CZ Complete 100% 79K km² 100% 10,560K people 268
🇩🇰 Denmark DK Complete 100% 45K km² 100% 5,660K people 662
🇪🇪 Estonia EE Complete 100% 44K km² 100% 1,310K people 1,804
🇫🇮 Finland FI Complete 100% 325K km² 100% 5,465K people 1,331
🇫🇷 France FR Complete 99% 548K km² 99% 63,949K people 371
🇬🇬 Guernsey GG Complete 100% 154 km² 100% 64K people 534
🇮🇸 Iceland IS Complete 100% 94K km² 100% 327K people 371
🇮🇹 Italy IT Complete 100% 303K km² 100% 59,715K people 303
🇰🇿 Kazakhstan KZ Complete 100% 2,651K km² 100% 17,509K people 71
🇱🇮 Liechtenstein LI Complete 100% 161 km² 100% 37K people 330
🇱🇺 Luxembourg LU Complete 100% 2.6K km² 100% 563K people 292
🇳🇱 Netherlands NL Complete 100% 36K km² 100% 16,854K people 541
🇳🇿 New Zealand NZ Complete 100% 271K km² 100% 4,520K people 464
🇳🇴 Norway NO Complete 100% 331K km² 100% 5,158K people 369
🇵🇱 Poland PL Complete 100% 311K km² 100% 38,441K people 178
🇵🇹 Portugal PT Complete 100% 93K km² 100% 10,330K people 572
🇸🇰 Slovakia SK Complete 100% 49K km² 100% 5,419K people 100
🇸🇮 Slovenia SI Complete 100% 20K km² 100% 2,122K people 264
🇪🇸 Spain ES Complete 100% 509K km² 100% 45,918K people 316
🇨🇭 Switzerland CH Complete 100% 39K km² 100% 8,244K people 360
🇺🇾 Uruguay UY Complete 100% 176K km² 100% 3,409K people 489
Country ISO Coverage Group Land Area Covered Population Covered Addresses per 1,000 People
🇨🇦 Canada CA Substantial 14.5% 1,397K km² 29.3% 10,511K people 747
🇩🇪 Germany DE Substantial 14.3% 51K km² 22.2% 17,957K people 305
🇯🇵 Japan JP Substantial 97.4% 373K km² 90.2% 114,012K people 108
🇰🇷 Korea KR Substantial 96.5% 99K km² 96.4% 48,043K people 126
🇹🇼 Taiwan TW Substantial 16.3% 6.0K km² 21.1% 4,885K people 481
🇺🇸 United States US Substantial 43.1% 4,026K km² 63.0% 202,878K people 746
Country ISO Coverage Group Land Area Covered Population Covered Addresses per 1,000 People
🇦🇷 Argentina AR Minimal 0.0% 376 km² 1.8% 782K people 710
🇧🇪 Belgium BE Minimal 0.5% 168 km² 0.8% 89K people 9,890
🇨🇴 Colombia CO Minimal 0.0% 312 km² 0.2% 113K people 3,361
🇬🇷 Greece GR Minimal 0.0% 0 km² 0.0% 0 people
🇱🇹 Lithuania LT Minimal 0.0% 0 km² 0.0% 0 people
🇷🇺 Russia RU Minimal 5.1% 854K km² 14.1% 20,161K people 57
🇿🇦 South Africa ZA Minimal 0.0% 421 km² 0.2% 83K people 13,016
🇸🇪 Sweden SE Minimal 0.4% 1.6K km² 3.0% 285K people 1,009
🇺🇦 Ukraine UA Minimal 0.1% 620 km² 0.2% 109K people 1,801

Gridded Population of the World (GPW), v4

The Gridded Population of the World (GPW) series, now in its fourth version (GPWv4), models the distribution of human population (counts and densities) on a continuous global surface. Since the release of the first version of this global population grid in 1995, the essential inputs have been population census tables and corresponding geographic boundaries. For GPWv4, population input data are collected at the most detailed spatial resolution available from the results of the 2010 round of censuses, which occurred between 2005 and 2014.

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