Smallest Countries in the World by Area & Population
It is surprising to know that there are countries which are smaller than the parks in a city. The population of the country is much less than a society in any metropolitan city. The smallest country in the world in area, as well as the community, is Vatican City. It has a total area of 0.49 square kilometre, which is as large as our day present society. The residents of the country are just 825, which is very few when compared to some villages in India.
Here we furnish the list of top 10 countries in the world with the smallest geographical area along with least population. Which, when combined, would be just a bit larger than the State of Rhode Island. From the Vatican to Palau, these independent nations which range in size from 108 acres to only over 191 square miles, have established themselves as contributors to the world’s economy, politics, and even human rights initiatives.
Smallest Countries in the World By Area
Below mentioned is the list of 10 countries in the world having the least area. Vatican City is the smallest country in the world with area of 0.49 square kilometre.
|3||Nauru||21||Australia and Oceania|
|4||Tuvalu||26||Australia and Oceania|
|7||Marshall Islands||181||Australia and Oceania|
|8||Saint Kitts and Nevis||269||North America|
Smallest Countries in the World By Population
Below mentioned is the list of 10 countries in the world with least population.
Here also Vatican City is the smallest country with the population of only 825 counts.
|S. No||Country||Population||Area (km2)|
|8||Saint Kitts and Nevis||52,441||269|
We’ve created this content for informational purposes only, and it reflects the views of its respective authors/entities (freelancers/interns) and not those of Winspire Magazine. Winspire Magazine does not endorse or vouch for the accuracy of the information provided in this content. It is the reader’s responsibility to verify and ensure the information is correct and up-to-date. Winspire Magazine disclaims any liability or responsibility for any damages or losses from using this content. Therefore, readers should take all necessary steps to verify the accuracy and reliability of any information presented in this content.