Andorra is very rugged, with high mountains (the Pyrenees), covering the entire country.
The highest point is Coma Pedrosa at 9,665 ft. (2,946m), and no part of Andorra is lower than 3,000 ft. (900m).
A few small, winding rivers are bordered by steep, narrow valleys.
|Land Area||468 km2|
|Total Area||468km2 (#178)|
|Government Type||Parliamentary Democracy (since March 1993) That Retains Its Chiefs Of State In The Form Of A Co-principality; The Two Princes Are The President Of France And Bishop Of Seu D'Urgell, Spain, Who Are Represented In Andorra By The Co-princes' Representatives|
|GDP (PPP)||$3.33 Billion|
|GDP Per Capita||$49,900|
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