Andorra

Prayer times in Andorra

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Payer Times for Cities in Andorra

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About Andorra

Andorra, also known as the Principality of Andorra, is a sovereign microstate nestled in the eastern Pyrenees mountains of Southwestern Europe. With an area of just 468 square kilometers, it is bordered by Spain to the south and France to the north. The capital and largest city is Andorra la Vella, recognized as one of the highest capital cities in Europe. The country's population of approximately 77,000 residents is notably multilingual, with Catalan as the official language, while Spanish, French, and Portuguese are also widely spoken. Andorra has an Alpine climate with cold winters and mild summers, making it a preferred destination for winter sports, especially skiing. Its terrain comprises rugged mountains divided by narrow valleys, a feature that is attractive to hikers and nature enthusiasts. The country is also known for its robust duty-free shopping, which draws visitors from all over Europe. Despite its small size, Andorra boasts a high standard of living and a well-developed infrastructure. It has a unique political system, a parliamentary co-principality, with the President of France and the Bishop of Urgell, Spain, serving as co-princes. This peculiarity makes Andorra the only country in the world that is governed by a leader (the French president) elected by the citizens of another country. The country's cultural heritage is rich and features a blend of Catalan traditions with influences from both France and Spain. The historic quarters of many Andorran villages house Romanesque churches and art, offering an insight into the country's past. Traditional music and dance, notably the 'contrapas' and 'marratxa', remain an integral part of Andorran cultural life.