10 smallest countries in the world

With about 194 countries in the world, it’s easy to assume that the term “country” is equivalent to a huge land area with a huge number of people.  However, some nations are so small that cities among other nations are giant compared to them.  Found mostly in Europe, the Caribbean, and the Pacific, there are many countries in the world with an area of ​​less than 400 square kilometers.  The 10 smallest countries in the world cover an area of ​​1491.4 square kilometers, which is smaller than the city of Houston, Texas.  These small countries are the richest, most remote and most arranged places in the world.  Let's take a look at the 10 smallest countries in the world today.

10 smallest countries in the world


 1.  Vatican City - 0.44 sq km

The smallest country in the world is the Vatican, also known as Sadhudarshan.  Only 0.44 sq. Km.  The Vatican City is the smallest country in the world in terms of land area.  The country fits perfectly into the Italian capital, Rome, and is the center of the Catholic Church.  Also home to the world's largest church - St. Peter's Chartalika, which houses some notable arteries, such as the Renaissance.  Such as the creation of Pinta and Adam.  Its revenue comes from over বিল 1 billion in voluntary contributions from the Roman Catholic Church around the world.  The rest of its economy comes from stamp sales, tourist memorabilia, and museum admission fees.



2.  Monaco-2 sq. Km.

Located in the French Riviera, Monaja is home to the world's largest number of millionaires and billionaires.  At the same time, it is the second smallest country in the world, with a total land area of ​​only 2 sq km.  .  Known for its gambling and luxury goods and services industries, Monaco is a favorite playground of the rich and famous.  On three sides of France and on one side of the Mediterranean, the inhabitants of Monaco are mostly French-speaking.  With a population of over 37,000, Monaco is the most densely populated country in the world.  The most popular annual event is the Formula 1 race, with tracks along city streets.


 3.  Nauru - 21 sq. Km.

Nauru, an island east of Australia, is the smallest island in the world.  Its emerging phosphate mining was known in the eighties but is now a quiet island off the radar of tourists.  Formerly known as the picturesque island.  Its phosphate resources are now declining, leading to a national unemployment rate of 906, with the remaining 10% employed by the government.  Nauru is known as the country with the most obese people in the world, with 98% of men and 93% of women being obese or overweight.  Nauru has a total area of ​​21 sq. Km.  Which makes the country the third smallest country in the world.



 4.  Tuvalu-26 sq. Km.

The formerly known Elukun Islands, Tuvalu, are located northeast of the Pacific Ocean in Australia.  Total 26 sq. Km.  Tuvalu is the fourth smallest country in the world in terms of area.  It has a population of about 10,000.  There are 6 km of roads and only one hospital on the main island.  The country was once a British territory but became independent in 1967.  Tourism is not very important as the location of the country is more in this field.  In 2010, more or less 2,000 visitors came to Tuvalu, 75% of them coming for business.



 5.  San Marino - 81 sq km.

Surrounded by Italy, San Marino is also known as the most peaceful republic in San Marino.  Total 81 sq. Km.  It is the fifth smallest country in the world in terms of area.  It is the oldest living sovereign in the world

 The state claims to be itself and is one of the richest in terms of per capita GDP.  It is the third smallest country in Europe with a population of only 39,000.  One of the countries with the lowest unemployment rate in the world.



6. Liechtenstein - 160 sq km

A German-speaking country, it is the only nation in the world to be located entirely in the Alps.  This country is located between Switzerland and Austria.  Liechtenstein's GDP per capita is the richest country in the world, with the lowest unemployment rate (1.56).  Entering the country is a bit complicated, as there are no airports on its borders.  Visitors must arrive in this alpine country via Zurich Airport in Switzerland which is still ruled by a prince!  With an area of ​​only 160 square kilometers, Liechtenstein is the sixth largest country in the world.



7.  Marshall Islands - 181 kilometersp

The Marshall Islands is an archipelago that is officially called a republic.  It is an island nation found in the Pacific Ocean about halfway between Hawaii in the United States and Australia.  It is considered part of Micronesia.  The area around the islands is incredibly biodiversity and contains more than 600 species of fish as well as 160 corals.  The area around the Marshall Islands also has a number of shipwrecks.  The 171-square-kilometer Marshall Islands is the seventh smallest country in the world.




8. Saint Kitts and Nevis - 271 sq. Km.

These two islands were the first European-occupied islands in the Caribbean, the mother colony of the West Indies.  They cover a total area of ​​261 sq. Km.  Occupied, making St. Kitts and the Navy the eighth smallest country in the world.  Its economy is dependent on tourism, agriculture, small scale industries.  The islands also offer fantastic diving sites due to the abundant marine life.  The country has been known as a major sugar exporter for centuries.  Large gardens have now been transformed into beautiful garden hotels and resorts.



9.  Maldives - 300 sq km

The Maldives is a popular tourist destination in the Indian Ocean.  The Maldives is the smallest country in Asia in terms of area and population.  There are 1,192 coral islands on the Maldives, covering an area of ​​90,000 sq km.  Have spread over.  It is made in one of the most dispersed countries in the world.  The country was once a colony of many empires, Portuguese, Dutch, British, but became an independent country in 1975.  Today the Maldives has a vibrant tourism economy due to its famous white sand beaches and crystal blue waters.  The Maldives is the ninth smallest country in the world with a land area of ​​300 sq km.



10.  Malta - 318 sq km

Malta is an island nation in the Mediterranean.  The Republic of Malta consists of three islands: Gozo, Comino and Malta.  Malta is the largest of the three.  This small country has a population of over 4.50,000.  It is one of the most densely populated countries in the world.  Foreigners from all over the world come to Malta for its sunny weather, fascinating beaches, rich history and vibrant nightlife.  Malta covers an area of ​​316 square kilometers, which ranks the country among the ten largest countries in the world.

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