What Is the Smallest City in the World?

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The smallest city in the World is Vatican City which is 0.17 square metres in area and has a population of 783 according to 2005 estimates. This city state which also doubles as the smallest country in the world as well is basically a walled enclave inside of Rome, Italy. Other small cities in the world are Monaco, Nauru, Tuvalu and San Marino.
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The Vatican City, as well as being the smallest city in the world, is also one of the only countries within another country (it is inside Italy). The other is San Marino, also inside Italy.
There are more than just a few small cities in the world. The smallest city in the world is a city called Ferdania in Saudi Arabia. There are many other small cities around the world as well.
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