It is an independent co-principality under the joint rule of Bishop of Urgell in Spain and the President of France.
The first constitution was adopted in the country in 1993 that formed new executive, legislative and judicial arms.
The co-principality’s culture is mainly based on the Romans way of life but also heavily influenced by the culture of the neighbouring regions.
The major crops grown in the country include tobacco, grapes and cereals.
The most popular dish is escudella which is boiled pork with vegetables.
Main wildlife animals here include wolves, bears, foxes, vultures, geese, wild ducks, and martens.
Annual events/ celebrations/ festivals
The main festivals include Andorra international jazz festival, horizon festival, Andorra la Vella Festa major and Narciso Yepes international festival.
Things to see
Coma Pedrosa is the highest point in the co-principality where mountain climbing is common.
There are also several museums like the National Automobile Museum, Andorran model museum, Viladomat museum and Rull house museum where artefacts are displayed.
There is also the Grandvalira, a ski resort full of snow.
The country’s official language is Catalan.
Majority of the population are Roman Catholics.
The country has three different education systems. Schooling is compulsory for children between 6 and 16 years where parents choose between French, Andorran and Spanish systems.
It is bordered on the north by France and the south by Spain.