The 10 smallest area countries in the world

The Vatican, Monaco and Nauru are three of the most modest area countries in the world.

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Vatican
Vatican City: Covering an area of only 0.44 km2, a population of about 1,000, lied in the heart of Rome's Italian capital, the Vatican is the smallest country in the world. Founded in 1929, it has a Vatican Holy See, St. Peter's Square - 2 famous landmarks that Christians always want to visit. The Vatican is a country with a unique non-commercial economy in the world, mainly due to Roman Catholic donations around the world and income from the sale of stamps, publications, and souvenirs.
Monaco
Monaco: Monaco dukedom is the second smallest country in the world. The country has an area of only 1.95 km2, 3 sides contiguous with France, the other face the Mediterranean Sea. Despite a small area of about 40,000 people, Monaco is world famous with nominal income of up to 215,000 USD /person/year. The cause of this phenomenon is that the tax at Monaco is almost negligible, so it has a strong attraction to the wealthy world to settle here to "avoid" taxes.
Nauru
Nauru: The Republic of Nauru is listed as a country in Oceania. This is the smallest island nation in the world with an area of only 21 km2, a population of about 10,000 people. Through historical changes, Nauru became an independent nation in 1968.
Tuvalu
Tuvalu is also known as the Ellice Islands, located in the South Pacific region, between Hawaii and Australia. The area of Tuvalu includes reef islands and corals, a dense forest area of only about 26 km2 and a population of about 11,000 people.
San Marino
San Marino: Like the Vatican, the territory of San Marino lies within Italy. With an area of only 61 km2, a population of about 33,000 people, this is the fifth smallest country in the world. Although the area and population are modest, during the course of history, this Southern European nation has little dependence on Italy.
Liechtenstein
Liechtenstein: The kingdom of Liechtenstein is the Alps country, the capital of Vaduz, the largest city is Schaan. Covering only 160 km2, a population of about 37,000 people, Liechtenstein has a developed economy. Per capita income is very high, up to over 143 thousand USD /person/year.
Marshall Islands
Republic of Marshall Islands: Covering an area of 181 km2, the country is located in the Pacific Ocean, between Hawaii and mainland Australia. Despite having hundreds of islands and islets, the Republic of Marshall Islands has only 24 habitable islands, a population of about 68,000. USD is the official currency of the island nation established in 1986.
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Kitts and Nevis: The island nation is located in the Leeward Islands, the capital and the federal government headquarters is located on the island of Saint Kitts. The area of this federation is 261 km2, with a population of more than 42 thousand people.
Maldives
Republic of Maldives: Located in the South Asia region, including 26 coral islands surrounding 1,192 small islands (of which 200 are inhabited islands, 80 islands are tourist resorts), the Republic of Maldives is a small country in Asia, with an area of only 298 km2.
Malta
Malta: This is an island nation in Southern Europe, consisting of an archipelago in the middle of the Mediterranean. With an area of 316 km2 and a population of over 417,000, Malta has become one of the smallest countries but has the densest population density in Europe. Like many other European countries, Malta is a country with a high per capita income, up to 37,891 USD /person/year.

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