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Do you know the 10 youngest countries in the world? Flags and States of Everything in Geography

Do you know the 10 youngest countries in the world? Flags and States of Everything in Geography

Do you know the 10 youngest countries in the world? Flags and States of Everything in Geography


The 10 smallest countries in the world, some only live in other countries.


This article features the 10 youngest countries in the world.


Of the land area of 000 940 148 square kilometres, 29.2% of the Earth's surface area


There are countries that, if you look for them in maps, you probably won't find them even if you look at the same map a dozen times, because some of them are only the size of a living in other countries.


You can cut the whole country from east to west on your feet without carrying any food or water on this trip.


Now let's see this list of the smallest of these countries, ranked from the largest to the smallest.


Note: There are islands, amaras and provinces that are very small in size but have not been added to the list because they are non-self-governing and have no sovereignty, such as: Navasa Island, Cox Islands, Pitcairn Islands, Anguela, Toklo, or it's a microscopic state, like: Principality of Ceyland.


10. Malta:


Located in the Mediterranean Sea east of Tunisia and north of Libya, it is three small islands, with an area of 316 square kilometres, with a population of about 41,200 people.


It is a very large number compared to its small size and is therefore one of the largest countries in the world in terms of population density, and Malta is a first-class tourist destination for tourists to enjoy its scenic landscape, demand for sun, sand, and mountain beaches, and it has had effects for over 2,000 years.


9. Maldives:


It is located in the Pacific Ocean, with an area of 298 square kilometers and consists of 1190 islands, with the population living on only 185 islands while the rest are used for fishing and tourism.


It has a population of about 31,0000, and the Maldives is one of the best vacation and vacation places in Asia, because of its charming sandy beaches, wonderful vegetation and a quiet atmosphere, as we've seen on the subject.


However, the Maldives is threatened with drowning as a result of rising water levels caused by global warming, which has prompted the Maldivian government! That is to draw the world's attention to this threat to the islands and coasts of the world, as well as to work towards


8. Saint Kitts and Nevis:


Located in the Caribbean, it consists of two islands, Saint Kitts and Nevis, and is the smallest sovereign nation in the Americas in terms of both size and population, with an area of 261 square kilometres and a population of about 43000 more than 90% people of African descent.


7. Marshall Republic:


It consists of a group of islands located in the Pacific Ocean, with an area of 181 square kilometres and a population of about 6200, named after British Captain John Marshall, who discovered it with the help of another captain.


In the past, the Marshall Islands suffered from United States nuclear tests, with 67 nuclear weapons tests between 1946 and 1956, including the largest nuclear test in the history of the United States of America, called Bravo Castle, which made some of its islands unsafe and many of its inhabitants cancer.


6. Liechtenstein:


It is a small European State, with Vaduz as its capital, located in central Europe, specifically between western Austria and eastern Switzerland, with no sea access, with an area of 160 square kilometres.


Liechtenstein is economically known as the Tax Commission because it meets a small proportion of taxes, which has led 74,000 companies to register and establish nominal offices.


Liechtenstein is economically known as the Tax Commission because it meets a small proportion of taxes, which has led 74,000 companies to register and establish nominal offices, thus bringing the number of companies registered in Liechtenstein to more than one population.


5. San Marino:


San Marino is the oldest republic in history, a State within a State that is located within Italian territory, does not have rivers or lakes, has an area of 61.2 square kilometres and a population of about 30000 people.


Despite the small size of San Marino, more than 2 million tourists visit each year, and one filmmaker is said to have hired the entire country to shoot his film!


It should be noted that San Marino's economy is very stable and has the lowest unemployment rate in Europe.


4. Tuvalu Islands:


The islands of Tuvalu, located in the Pacific Ocean between Hawaii and Australia, have an area of 26 square kilometres, 9 islands and a population of about 12,500.


The islands of Tuvalu are at risk of disappearing and disappearing. They may be swallowed up by the ocean at any time due to rising water levels caused by global warming, owing to their small hull and low surface height of only 15 feet (about 5 metres).


The uan Government is working to secure its people through negotiations with New Zealand to receive its citizens in a situation where the islands are overwhelmed and completely flooded by ocean waters, which is what happens, especially after a number of uninhabited islands have already disappeared.


3. Nauru:


The Republic of Nauru, as it was once known as Happy Island or Cheerful Island, is the smallest island state in the world, with an area of 21 square kilometres and a single, oval-shaped island in the archipelago of Micronesia, which is in the southern half of the Pacific Ocean, with a population of about 14000.


Nauru's economy is dependent on phosphate, which it produced in large quantities, but is now almost bankrupt and has a unemployment rate of 90%.


2. Principality of Monaco:


The Principality of Monaco is located south of the continent of Europe, overlooking the north-west bank of the Mediterranean Sea, and has only a border with France.


It is funny that, despite its small size, it is the largest country in the world in terms of population density, with a population of 33 thousand. The Principality of Monaco is one of the distinct destinations for tourists from all over the world and a favorite place for many rich and famous for its unique beauty and diverse festivals.


On the streets of Monaco there are also annual Grand Prix de l'Automobile (Fomilla 1) races, with only 500 police officers in the Principality of Monaco, and no naval or air force, only 100 military personnel! France is responsible for defending it if it is attacked by another State.


1. Vatican City:


Officially known as the Vatican City State, it is the smallest country in the world, and it is also a country within a city entirely located in the heart of the Italian capital, Rome, surrounded by the Vatican from all sides and separated by special fences.


It covers an area of (108 acres) or about 0.44 square kilometres, and has a population of only about 1000 people and is therefore also the smallest country in the world in terms of population.


It's also the only country in the world with no children! Where all its inhabitants are monks and nuns who have deprived themselves of marriage.


It should be noted that the Italian army is responsible for defending Vatican security, since the Vatican has no naval, air, or land forces, while the forces responsible for the Vatican's internal security are the Swiss Guard, which numbers about 100.


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