The smallest country, where only 35 people and 4 dogs live

Today we are going to tell you about a ‘country’ where the President will be seen roaming freely on the streets without any fear. Not only this, he recognizes every citizen of his country and also gets to meet each other. You will be surprised to know, but let us tell you that the total population here is 39, which includes 35 people and 4 dogs (Country with 35 Population). The name of this country is Molossia, which is a micronation.

Located in Nevada, America, this country has its own separate laws, traditions, and even its own currency. Let us tell you that in 1977, Kevin Baugh and one of his friends had the idea of creating a separate country. In such a situation, both of them together established Molossia as a micronation.

From then till now Kevin is the President of this small country (President of Molossia). He has declared himself the dictator there, while his wife has got the status of First Lady of Molossia.Kevin’s friend with whom he had conceived the idea of establishing Micro Nation Molossia, abandoned the idea after a short time. But this idea stuck in Kevin’s mind and he continued his hobby.

Most of the citizens living here are relatives of Kevin, who live near the border of this country. But this country has not yet received recognition from any government in the world. Apart from shops, libraries, crematoriums, many other facilities are available in this small country. Many people keep coming to tour this unique country. But to come inside, the tourist has to get his passport stamped.

For the last 40 years, Kevin has been taking the tourists coming here on a tour of his small country. This tour lasts for a total of 2 hours. People who come to visit say that such friendly dictators are rarely seen. According to the information available on the website of Molossia, the total area of this country is 11.3 acres, whose capital is Boghstan. Whereas, 26th May is National Holiday. Let us tell you that even though Kevin has declared Molossia an independent country, it is still a part of America.

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