Top 10 Smallest Cities in the World
Several major cities in the world became known for his size, a wide and have a high population, even a few major cities in the world to become the city with the largest population in the world. But this time we will talk about the smallest city in the world, here are the top 10 smallest cities in the world.
10. Antigua, 279.72 sq km
Antigua is an island nation located in the eastern Caribbean Sea. These islands are part of the Small Antilles Islands and adjacent to the south of Guadeloupe, Montserrat to the southwest, Saint Kitts and Nevis in the west, and Saint Barthelemy in the northwest.
9. Liechtenstein, 157.99 sq km
Vaduz Principality of Liechtenstein thousands kingdom is a country of approximately 120 square kilometer landlocked. Located on the east bank of the Rhine between countries Austria and Switzerland, all the country’s foreign affairs are taken care of by the German-speaking Switzerland. Liechtenstein is also famous with banking services and relies on revenues from tourism, particularly the sale of stamps.
8. San Marino, 59.57 sq km
Republic of San Marino is the fifth smallest country in the world and surrounded by Italy precisely in the north bordering the province of Rimini, Emilia-Romagna region and in the south province of Pesaro and Urbino, region Marche.
San Marino is the oldest constitutional republic in the world, was formed on 3 September 301 by Saint Marinus of Rab, a Christian stonemason who fled at the time of religious persecution by the Roman Emperor Diocletian. San Marino constitution enacted in 1600 is the world’s oldest constitution still in effect
7. Bermuda, 53.35 sq km
Bermuda is an overseas territory United Kingdom in the northern Atlantic Ocean. Located about 933 km from the coast of North Carolina, United States. The region consists of 138 islands is divided into 10 environments (parish) and 2 municipalities.
6. Tuvalu, 25.90 sq km
Tuvalu, formerly known as the Ellice Islands, is an island nation that lies between Hawaii and Australia in the Pacific Ocean. The highest point among the 114 islands that make up this country just as high as 5 m above sea level.
5. Nauru, 21:23 sq km
Republic of Nauru, or formerly known as Pleasant Island, is a country shaped the world’s smallest republic. This country has no official capital. Nauru is famous for the production of phosphate mined by a combination of foreign companies since last 90 years. Nauru nearest neighbor is Banaba Island, Kiribati
4. Macau, 16:06 sq km
Special Administrative Region People’s Republic of China or abbreviated Macau is a small area on the south coast of China.
3. Gibraltar, 6.67 sq km
Gibraltar is an overseas territory United Kingdom. He is located in the southwestern part of Europe, precisely in the southern coast of Spain, a strategic location in the Strait of Gibraltar that links the North Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea.
2. Monaco, 1.81 sq km
Principality of Monaco (French: Principauté de Monaco or Monaco; Monegasque: Munegu or Principatu de Munegu) is a city-state and the second smallest country in the world, after the Vatican, which lies between the Mediterranean Sea and France along the Blue Coast (Côte d ‘Azur). Monaco also is a country with a population density of the second largest in the world.
1. Vatican City, 0:17 sq km
Vatican official name called State of the Vatican City (Italian: Stato della Citta del Vaticano is the smallest independent state in world, in terms of area and population. The Vatican is an enclave within the city of Rome in Italy. The Vatican is home to the Pope and the Holy See, the central authority of the Catholic Church. The Vatican is the smallest city in the world.