Croatia: The world’s smallest city is located in Croatia, where the population is barely 27 to 30 people. There are two roads and three rows of houses. This city is located two and a half hours from Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, where 20 to 30 people live according to the 2011 census, but it is strongly believed that a total of 27 people live here.
It consists of only three clean streets and two streets are lined with ancient medieval style houses. Its history is shrouded in mystery as its complete information is not available. So much is known that a document dated 1102 mentions it as Sholem. Then in 1552, a minaret was built here where a large bell was installed to protect the area.
The three streets here have a total length of 100 meters and a width of 30 meters, but some people call it the longest in the world. It is also called a small village. But surprisingly, there is a steady flow of tourists, which is also increasing the income of the local population, but it is also a good agricultural area. The ancient architectural style of this place fascinates the tourists. Around the village there is a solid stone wall which was built earlier . However, there has been no new construction for a long time.