Smallest countries in Europe

Name the 15 smallest independent European countries by area (* debatable)
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Last updated: August 2, 2012
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0.44 square km
Vatican City
1.98 square km
Monaco
61 square km
San Marino
160 square km
Liechtenstein
316 square km
Malta
468 square km
Andorra
2,586 square km
Luxemburg
9,248 square km*
Cyprus
13,812 square km
Montenegro
20,273 square km
Slovenia
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25,713 square km
Macedonia
28,748 square km
Albania
29,743 square km
Armenia
30,510 square km
Belgium
33,843 square km
Moldova
41,290 square km
Switzerland
41,526 square km
The Netherlands
43,094 square km
Denmark
45,226 square km
Estonia
48,845 square km
Slovakia
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Level 35
Jul 27, 2012
You spelt Belgium wrong
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Level 73
Jul 29, 2012
fixed
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Level 71
Jul 27, 2012
Cyprus is not in Europe
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Level 73
Jul 29, 2012
That's why there's an *, mentioning that it's debatable. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyprus
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Level 26
Aug 3, 2012
Cyprus is in Eurpoe
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Level 68
Sep 19, 2015
Armenia should have an asterisk as well due to officially being in Asia. Also Kosovo should be on there (between Cyprus and Montenegro) - also possibly with an asterisk due to it being recognised by some countries but not others.
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Level 68
Dec 5, 2019
What about Armenia??
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Level 43
Aug 2, 2012
Since when is Armenia in Europe?!
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Level 26
Aug 3, 2012
Always
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Level 17
Aug 3, 2012
I would say since never...

Wikipedia says geographically it's Asian, but cultural-historically it's European.

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Level 80
Aug 2, 2012
You forgot Kosovo, at 10,887 sq. km.
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Level 60
Jan 3, 2016
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Level 26
Aug 3, 2012
Georgia?
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Level 39
Feb 23, 2013
Lichtenstein is still spelt wrong
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Level 73
Feb 26, 2013
??? What's your suggestion?
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Level 72
Feb 23, 2014
Its not spelled Lichtenstein either. Just sayin'
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Level 50
Jun 17, 2013
What about Armenia?
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Level 51
Jun 20, 2013
Armenia and Cyprus aren't in europe and Kosovo should be on this list.
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Level 84
Feb 12, 2014
Armenia is not in Europe
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Level 69
Mar 21, 2014
Armenia is not in Europe.
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Level 48
Apr 6, 2014
One of the points at which the divide between Europe and Asia is agreed to be is the Black Sea. Except for the small part west of the Black Sea which borders Greece, Turkey is agreed to be part of Asia. Cyprus is south of Turkey, and very far southeast of the part considered European — there is a lot of Asia in between. Therefore, not in Europe. Armenia not only does not even border the Black Sea, it is entirely east of Turkey, therefore also NOT European. Like many Near Eastern countries, they are culturally close to Europe, but geographically they are as much a part of Europe as Iran, Syria, Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, etc. — that is, NOT European!

Sure there is a disclaimer, but I thought that had to do with the size being argued about (I'm sure it's hard to tell with squiggly borders). And the "debatable" marker is only placed next to Cyprus! Clarify what "debatable" means (i.e. "Some might not be considered European.") and THEN I'll be happy with this quiz.

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Level 73
Apr 6, 2014
Honestly, i couldn't care less.
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Level 78
Mar 3, 2015
Luxembourg is spelled with an 'o' I'm pretty certain and there are now 20 countries not 15. A good quiz though
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Level 73
Mar 4, 2015
Luxemburg (german spelling) and Luxembourg (French) are both accepted Luxemborg does NOT exist. Check your facts.
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Level 37
Jul 31, 2018
Since when are Cyprus and (especially) Armenia in EUROPE??????

Get a life!

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Level 68
Jun 1, 2019
Please accept 'Vatican' for 'Vatican City'
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Level 68
Dec 5, 2019
Interesting you list Cyprus as 'debatable' but Armenia as not!