Tiny nations of Europe by hint

Aren't ministates fascinating to learn about? Maybe you know all of the European microstates off by heart, but can you tell them apart by these interesting facts? And did you know there are other microstates that either used to exist or are not fully recognised? Test yourself on the tiny nations of Europe with these facts and factoids.
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Last updated: April 2, 2017
First submittedMarch 31, 2017
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This microstate is famous for casinos which its own citizens are not allowed to use
Monaco
This microstate has had more female heads of state than any other country in the world
San Marino
Most of the world's false teeth come from this tiny nation, which can actually be rented out for a day
Liechtenstein
The US government donated billions of dollars of aid to this wealthy microstate because they thought it was in Africa
Andorra
This is the only microstate in Europe that has a president
Malta
Although this country is 326 times larger than the above, its population is smaller by 100,000 people, so is considered by some to be a microstate
Iceland
This tiny microstate used to exist on the border between Spain and Portugal and was ruled by an 'Honorary Judge'
Couto Misto
Another microstate that used to exist was a Free State on the coast of modern Croatia
Fiume
This tiny island was the first entire country to be adopted into UNESCO's Network of Biosphere Reserves
Isle of Man
This micronation was founded by a Czech man on disputed land between Croatia and Serbia
Liberland
This principality is not in Denmark or the Netherlands, but on a Maunsell Sea Fort in the North Sea
Sealand
This Italian microstate was the smallest independent country in history to have lasted as long as 400 years
Senarica
Though it's the smallest country in the world, it manages to squeeze in the world's largest church
Vatican City
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Level 63
Apr 1, 2017
100,00?! Haha, nice factual quiz
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Level 69
Apr 2, 2017
Thank you for pointing out my error which we'll just say is for April fools day :-)