Facts about Andorra
Official languages: Catalan
Capital: Andorra la Vella
Area: 468 km²
Population: 84,000 residents
Population density: 179.49 residents per km²
Internet TLD: .ad
ISO codes: AD, AND, 20
Die The dialing code for Andorra is +376
Flag of Andorra
The flag of the tiny state of Andorra, located in the mountains between France and Spain, was adopted in 1866. For many years, Andorra was administered by Spain and France under the so-called dual system, which ended only in 1993, when the country became independent and became a modern parliamentary democracy. The flag consists of a vertical tricolor of blue, yellow and red stripes and a coat of arms in the middle of the yellow stripe. One half of the coat of arms points to belonging to Spain, the other to ties to France. The miter and crutches in the upper left quarter of the coat of arms are the emblem of the Spanish bishop, and the two red cows in the lower right are meant to resemble the French province of Bearn.
The small principality of Andorra lies between France and Spain in the Eastern Pyrenees. See Andorra Location on World Map. French and Spanish co-princes have ruled together since the 15th century. Because of the beautiful landscape, the mountain climate and the duty-free shopping, tourism is the most important source of income, especially in winter.
Biggest Cities of Andorra by Population
Andorra is a small country located in the eastern Pyrenees mountains between France and Spain. The largest city in Andorra is Andorra la Vella, the capital of Andorra and its most populous city. Located in the high mountain valley of Valira, Andorra la Vella is home to over 22 thousand people and serves as a major financial center for the region. It has been an important trading center for centuries, connecting people from different parts of Europe and beyond. Today, Andorra la Vella is a major cultural hub and economic center, with many museums, monuments, parks, and other attractions drawing tourists from all corners of the globe.
The second largest city in Andorra is Encamp located near the French border. With a population of around 8 thousand people, Encamp serves as an important political center for Andorra as well as an influential cultural hub for music and literature throughout the region. It also has some impressive monuments such as Casa de la Vall which dates back to 17th century AD and remains one of the oldest standing buildings in all of Europe.
The third largest city in Andorra is Sant Julia de Loria located near Encamp on the Spanish border. With a population of around 5 thousand people, Sant Julia de Loria serves as an important religious center for Andorra as well as an influential cultural hub for music and literature throughout the region. The city also has some impressive monuments such as Church of Santa Coloma which dates back to 15th century AD and remains one of the oldest standing churches in all of Europe.
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Andorra: Andorra la Vella
According to Abbreviation Finder, the capital of Andorra is Andorra la Vella. This translates to “Old Andorra”. 22,800 people live in the city, almost a third of all inhabitants of the small country. Andorra la Vella is the highest capital in Europe.