What are the World's Smallest Countries?

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This ranks it as the smallest independent country on earth. Though it has a population of barely 1,000 people, Vatican City has its own flag, its own national anthem, its own stamps, its own radio station, and its own newspaper!
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Date: Thu-Apr-30-2009
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  • Holy See/Vatican City

  • Special Notes: The world's smallest independent state.

  • Size: 0.44 sq km

  • Population: 921 (July 2005 est.)

    Monaco

  • Special Notes: Second smallest independent state in the world.

  • Size: 1.95 sq km

  • Population: 32,409 (July 2005 est.)

    Tuvalu

  • Special Notes: The smallest & most remote country on Earth (north-east of New Zealand).

  • Size: 26 sq km

  • Population: 11,636 (July 2005 est.)

    Pitcairn Islands

  • Special Notes: Settled in 1790 by the Bounty mutineers and their Tahitian companions.

  • Size: 47 sq km

  • Population: 46 (July 2005 est.)

    San Marino

  • Special Notes: Third smallest independent state in Europe.

  • Size: 61.2 sq km

  • Population: 28,880 (July 2005 est.)

    Christmas Island

  • Special Notes: Named in 1643 for the day of its discovery.

    (Not to be confused with Easter Island, which is actually a province of

    Chile.)

  • Size: 135 sq km

  • Population: 361 (July 2005 est.)

    Sao Tome & Principe

  • Special Notes: The smallest country in Africa, offshore island.

  • Size: 1,001 sq km

  • Population: 187,410 (July 2005 est.)

    Gambia

  • Special Notes: The smallest country on the continent of Africa.

  • Size: 10,002 sq km

  • Population: 1,593,256 (July 2005 est.)

  • [d] By: Guest
    Date: Thu-Apr-30-2009
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