10 smallest countries in the world

Apr.12.2020
10 smallest countries

There are about two hundred countries in the world and usually vast and huge territories are immediately visible. However, many of them are slightly larger than in the main metropolitan areas. Below is the rating of tiny countries on the world map.

Grenada

It is a small island state on the Caribbean coast. Grenada is famous as a nutmeg supplier and manufacturer. The second name of the island is Country of Spices. The area of the state is only 345 sq.km.

Malta

A small country is located in the Mediterranean Sea. Tourists love Malta for its beach holiday and nightlife. The area is 315 sq.km.

Maldives

This is the most popular resort in the Indian Ocean, which is rightfully called a tiny state. White sand and incredible azure water gave the Maldives the status of paradise. The area is 300 sq.km.

Saint Kitts and Nevis

An alpine country that lies between Switzerland and Austria. There are no airports here and everyone can get through Zurich. This country of just over 190 sq.km is one of the richest among the small countries.

Liechtenstein

An alpine country that lies between Switzerland and Austria. There are no airports here and everyone can get through Zurich. This country of just over 190 sq.km is one of the richest among the small countries.

San Marino

A country of 30,000 people living on 65 square kilometers. San Marino is surrounded by Italy on all sides. The unemployment rate here, as in Liechtenstein, is low.

Tuvalu

The whole 26 sq.km of chic landscapes and picturesque nature are hidden from the eyes of tourists in the Pacific Ocean. All because it is almost impossible to get here.

Read why are there so few tourists in Tuvalu in our article!

Nauru

These 20 square kilometers are famous for the fact that most obese people live here. There is also a high unemployment rate.

What happened to once-richest Nauru, read our article.

Monaco

This place is so loved by dollar billionaires all over the world but has only 2 sq.km. Luxury and wealth are synonymous with Monaco. There are about 35,000 people living here, which makes the country populous. Such large-scale events as Formula 1 races, where racers drive directly through the streets of Monaco are held here.

Vatican

The area of the Vatican is only 0.5 sq.km. It is the center of the Catholic Church, located on Italian soil. In addition, the largest Christian church, St. Peter’s Cathedral is located here.

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