Cities in ANDORRA
|Andorra la vella|
Andorra Street scenePhoto: Luis Miguel Bugallo Sánchez CC 3.0 Unported no changes made
After the Second World War, the small mountain republic had only 6,000 inhabitants, almost all descendants of Catalan families and predominantly speaking Catalan. At present, the population has increased more than tenfold, mainly due to foreign immigration.
Andorra is home to approximately 85,000 people (2017) and the population density is approximately 180 inhabitants per km2.
Natural population growth is 0.03% (2017)
Birth rate per 1000 inhabitants is 7.5 (2017)
Death rate per 1000 inhabitants is 7.3 (2017)
Life expectancy is 82.9 years, for men 80.7 and 85.2 years for women (2017)
The infant mortality rate is one of the lowest in the world at 3.6 per 1000 live births.
0-14 years: 14.4%
15-64 years: 70%
The Andorran people are a minority in their own country, as only 46% of the inhabitants hold the Andorran nationality. Spaniards, Portuguese and Franden are the most important other nationalities.
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