What Is the Smallest Country in South America?

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The smallest country in South America is Suriname. This country was initially known as Dutch Guiana and it is where multicultural heritage and biodiversity come together unspoiled. Suriname heavily depends on its agricultural work to feed its people.
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The smallest state in South America is. French Guiana. which is part of France. The smallest independent country in South America is. Suriname. on the northeast coast of the continent
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The smallest country in South America is Suriname on the NE coast of the continent. It lies between Guyana and French Guiana; an overseas region of France.
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Suriname is South America's smallest Spanish speaking
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Guyana (or Uruguay, depending on what you consider French Guiana (France) If you exclude French Guiana (France) as it is a territory of France, then: Smallest: Suriname (163,270 km&
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