Some are wealthy, some are poor, and many are remote, but the world’s smallest countries all have something to pique our interest. For example, located on the Italian Peninsula, San Marino exists completely inside the Italian border. The country of Nauru, remotely located in the Central Pacific, has a total area of only 8 square miles! Facts like those can help you find all 32 of these minuscule nations on a world map. Come up with a few interesting facts on your own, then use this geography study aid to become an expert on the world’s smallest countries!
Twój wysoki wynik (Pinezka)