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8 cities with the fewest people in the world

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The ancient, peaceful and uninhabited cities are suitable destinations for tourists who want to get away from the noisy and bustling life in the city.

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Dubrovnik, Croatia: Despite being one of the smallest cities in the world with a population of only about 40,000, Dubrovnik is still one of the top impressive destinations in the Mediterranean Sea. The city is connected to the rest of the country by the Peljesac bridge, which is more than 2,000 meters long. The feature here is the old town of Dubrovnik with baroque houses and limestone streets. In 1979, the neighborhood was included in the UNESCO World Heritage list. Photo: Unsplash.

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Hum, Croatia: According to the 2011 census, only about 30 people were found living in Hum. It was once recognized by the Guinness World Records as the smallest city in the world by population. But not because of that, Hum has lost its tourist position in the region. Coming to the city, tourists will get lost in the small cobblestone streets decorated with Croatian glagolitic sculptures. The icon of the parish church and the town hall are the two most prominent things that visitors can see in Hum. In addition, a visit to the picturesque village of Kotli filled with waterfalls and mills will also make visitors nostalgic. Photo: The Travel.

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St Asaph, Wales: This is the second smallest city in both geographical area and population in England. As of the 2011 census, St Asaph was inhabited by only about 3,355 people. Located on the Elwy River and surrounded by green countryside, the city is a peaceful destination, suitable for travelers who want to relax, away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Photo: Atlas Obscura.

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Vaduz, Liechtenstein: Vaduz is an ancient city located in Liechtenstein. This is both the capital and also the seat of the parliament. As of 2019, the city located along the Rhine has 5,696 inhabitants. The destination is perfect for art lovers with its ancient fortresses and museums. The most prominent landmark is Vaduz Castle, perched atop a steep hill in the middle of the city. In addition, tourists can also immerse themselves in the lyrical scenery by the royal vineyard and many other activities with the locals. Bicycles and motorbikes are two means of transport that visitors can use to move around the city. Photo: Pinterest.

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St Davids, Wales: This is another Welsh city and is considered one of the smallest in the world. St Davids was founded in the 500s with a current estimated population of just 1,800. In addition to the church and 210 ancient buildings and structures, tourists can visit beautiful cafes, restaurants, hotels and art galleries. The city also organizes many activities to attract visitors, most notably water sports. Photo: Travel And Lust.

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San Marino: The beautiful little paradise of Europe is located entirely within the territory of Italy and is skewed to the northeast of this country. The city of San Marino is the capital of the country of the same name (full name is the Great Peaceful Republic of San Marino) with an estimated 2022 population of 4,061 people. The city is famous for its steep cobblestone streets and three magnificent fortresses perched atop Mount Titano. In addition to admiring the stunning landscapes, tourists can also participate in lively food festivals at the city’s cafes and restaurants. Photo: Shutterstock.

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Ngerulmud, Palau: The city is the seat of government of the Republic of Palau, an island nation located in the Western Pacific Ocean. Ngerulmud replaced Koror, Palau’s largest city, as the capital in 2006. With a population of only about 271 (in 2021), Ngerulmud is considered the least populous capital city of a sovereign state. In the world. Holding an important position, the city does not have many tourist activities. If you happen to stop by, you can see the government buildings. The best time to visit Ngerulmud is from February to May and August, due to the warm temperatures and low rainfall. Photo: The Teal Mango.

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Adamstown, Pitcairn: Adamstown is the capital of the Pitcairn Islands, part of a British Overseas Territory. This is the only settlement on the Pitcairn Islands with a population of only about 47 people (in 2020). Today, Adamstown is the 3rd smallest capital in the world by population. People on the island have access to the Internet via satellite, telephone, and television at an expensive cost. The main means of communication is still through amateur radio. Photo: Makemake.

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