# Convert km2 to hectare

Swap conversion: hectare to km2

## Facts and Curiosities

The Square Kilometer is a unit of surface measure, which corresponds to the area of a square with a kilometer of side. This measure is equivalent to one million square meters, or even to one hundred hectares. In many of the medieval cities of Europe, the area that was protected by the walls that surrounded the city, was about one square kilometer. With an area of 59.1 km², Manhattan has a population of 1,640,000. This gives an average of 27,750 people/km², which makes it one of the most densely populated areas on the planet!

One Hectare equals to one square hectometer or one hundred ares. This in square meters results in 10,000 m². To get the idea of what represents one hectare, just imagine a square terrain, with one hundred meters on each side. If you are a football fan, you can use the measure of the area of the playing field as equivalent to about one hectare. This is essentially an agrarian measure, widely used in calculating the size of agricultural areas, forests and natural areas. For example, at the time of fires, the burning area is always expressed in hectares.

## Math Formula

ha=km^2 xx 100

## Conversion Examples

km2 to hectare km2 to hectare
0.5 km² = 50 ha 30 km² = 3000 ha
1 km² = 100 ha 35 km² = 3500 ha
2 km² = 200 ha 40 km² = 4000 ha
3 km² = 300 ha 45 km² = 4500 ha
4 km² = 400 ha 50 km² = 5000 ha
5 km² = 500 ha 60 km² = 6000 ha
10 km² = 1000 ha 70 km² = 7000 ha
15 km² = 1500 ha 80 km² = 8000 ha
20 km² = 2000 ha 90 km² = 9000 ha
25 km² = 2500 ha 100 km² = 10000 ha  